The GEM Road Safety charity has announced that up to £10,000 of funding is now available to support projects which aim to increase road safety. Applications are accepted from registered charities, road safety organisations, universities and groups with a clearly defined and well-planned project. Support is available for projects which aim to increase road safety for all through research, education, engineering or enforcement.
The GEM Road Safety Charity aims to reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on the roads across the United Kingdom by making grants and providing financial assistance to support innovative projects that have regional or national significance.
The Trustees encourage applications that seek match funding for partnership-based road safety projects, activities or initiatives, where the outcome of the project is greater than could be achieved by the GEM Charity grant alone.
The closing date for applications is the 31st December 2019.