National Road Safety Week Grants 2020
The Road Safety Commission encourages groups and organisations to apply for a National Road Safety Week Grant of up $5000 each. The Community Grant Program funding will be used to hold a community National Road Safety Week event to raise awareness and shine a light for safer roads.
National Road Safety Week is an annual initiative created by the Safer Australian Roads and Highways (SARAH) Group and is supported by the State Government of Western Australia, including the Road Safety Commission.
In 2020, Commonwealth, State and local governments, in partnership with road safety organisations, campaigners and businesses, will shine a light on road safety from 3–10 May 2020.
Criteria How to applyInvoicing and funding
- A focus on National Road Safety Week and the relevant themes
- The potential to increase knowledge and change attitudes and behaviours to improve road safety
- A focus on road safety promotion and the prevention of trauma using a population or community based approach with the aim of preventing road crashes causing serious injury and death across the state
- Relate to current road safety research
- Demonstrate clear relevance to the identified target group
- Demonstrate widespread community support and participation
- The activity translates as good value for money
- The application addresses a gap in current road safety promotional activity
- Provide a contribution in cash or kind towards the activity
- Road Safety Commission to approve each use of government logos and campaign artwork in all media releases, promotion, advertising and merchandise
- Expected target demographic and number of participants to attend
- Successful applicants must agree to display signage and return the signs at the conclusion of the event, unless otherwise negotiated
- Include other planned road safety key activities such as advertising, broadcasts, promotion, online and public relations (this will also determine the funding amount)
- If the activity is for fundraising, a brief budget outline describing how the grant funds will be used to support the event must be attached to the application.
- Applying organisations must have an ABN number
- Organisations that abide by relevant State and Federal legislation, as applicable; for example, in respect to Working with Children Screening, Criminal Record Checking and Liquor Control
Evaluation and acquittal
If your grant application is successful you are required to
- Submit an invoice within one month of the notification of a successful grant application
- Applicants will be required to sign a Declaration and Acceptance - Grant Terms and Conditions form within one month of the notification of a successful grant application
- All grant applications are exclusive of GST
Grant applications are assessed by the Road Safety Community Grants Committee.
The grant amount will be based on proposed activity reach, promotion and delivery of the road safety message and supporting policies.
Successful applicants will be required to submit a report within one month of the event, including
- Activity reach
- Associated media
- Photo of signage in place
- Policies implemented
- Financial acquittal
All funded Event grants must have an evaluation report and acquittal form completed within one month of the event being completed.
Please contact the Road Safety Community Grants Officer via email to receive the Evaluation and Acquittal Forms at email@example.com
Applications close: Friday 31 January 2020, 5pm
2019 - Safer Toodyay Installation
In 2019, Safer Toodyay received a $1000 NRSW Road Safety Community Grant to shine a yellow light on the Toodyay Public Library and Connor's Mill to raise road safety awareness in the local community.