Road Safety Trust Small Grants Competition
Applications for the Road Safety Trust Small Grants Competition are now open.
The main aim of the Small Grants Programme is to improve road safety at a local level. The programme has been designed after reviewing four years of funding and listening to the views of stakeholders. This highlighted a need for funding for smaller, local projects with a practical focus.
The Road Safety Trust is looking for measurable interventions that link to local priorities and show a proposed link to reducing casualties either directly or through clear interim measures. Eligible projects are pilots/trials, expanding successful trials across a new area, and/or the evaluation of interventions.
Projects should have the potential for being brought to scale - with the ultimate goal of reducing deaths and injuries both locally and across the UK.
The maximum project length under this grant programme is 24 months. The minimum amount that can be applied for is £10,000 and the maximum is £30,000 over two years in total. All projects should have other sources of funding, either cash or in-kind.
The total amount currently available under this funding round is £120,000. All projects are expected to produce a report and describe how it will be shared and promoted.
Who Can Apply
Local Authorities, Police Forces, Fire and Rescue Services or UK-based registered charities, not-for-profit social enterprises or community interest companies can apply.
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