NRMA offers grants for road safety

THERE’S still time to take advantage of $100,000 in grants available for community groups, youth-based organisations and individuals in the NRMA Safer Driving School Road Safety program.

NRMA president Wendy Machin said the NRMA grants gave inspirational road safety ideas the chance to become a reality and make a real difference at a local level.

“For the first time we are asking young people to apply for a grant and create a message around road safety which resonates with them,” Ms Machin said.

“Who better to create a road safety message or concept that youth will connect with than other young people?

“The sky’s the limit – NRMA welcomes submissions to be anything from songs or banners and signs to games, radio ads, videos or ideas for effective communication using social networking sites.

Please visit http://www.mynrma.com.au/grants.



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