RoadPeace is inviting emergency services, highways teams, schools, businesses and communities to join together for the 2024 RoadPeace Challenge, which will take place between 13-19 May.
The event, which is now in its fourth year, has already raised more than £120,000 for RoadPeace, as well as considerable public awareness about road harm.
RoadPeace provides support to people bereaved or seriously injured in road crashes, and engages in evidence-based policy and campaigning work to fight for justice for victims.
The plans for this year’s RoadPeace Challenge will be unveiled at an online launch meeting at 11am on Wednesday 7 February. Click here to register for the online event.
The challenge gives supporters the opportunity to stand shoulder to shoulder with road crash victims and bereaved families and make a united stand against road death and injury.
Rebecca Morris, head of communications at RoadPeace, said: “It is easier than ever to get involved in the RoadPeace Challenge this year and to make a difference. From members of the emergency services to schools, businesses and communities, we’re urging as many people as possible to take part.
“Please join us for our online launch event to find out about our exciting plans for this year’s event.”