Fundraise for Brake!
Help Brake support people affected by road crashes and campaign for safe and healthy mobility for everyone, by fundraising during Road Safety Week.
Fundraising is a fun, lively way to promote road safety within your community. You could do something as simple as organising a bake sale or go to town by organising a team-building day with a charitable focus.
Register now to to take part in Road Safety Week 2020 and get your FREE online action full of ideas and activities to get your fundraising started.
Regular physical activity is vital for healthy hearts and minds and strong bodies, as well as being great fun. This makes it an ideal way to encourage people to raise money.
You could organise a sponsored walk, invite a local gym to run a sponsored step class, or organise a charity football or rugby match. You could even theme your activity around our Road Safety Week theme!
Make Brake your Charity of the Year
Brake is proud to do a lot with limited resources, but we need help to do more. Ask your boss or a local business to show they value people and their welfare by choosing Brake as their Charity of the Year. There is something for everyone to get involved with and together we can make roads safer for everyone. Find out more on the Brake website.
Road Safety Superhero Day
Team up with our Pledge Squad and dress up as your favourite superhero to help spread the message of safe driving, while raising vital funds for Brake. Whether you put on a character t-shirt or a full costume, with your support, we can create a world of zero deaths or serious injuries on our roads.
You can take part at anytime. Get together with your friends, classmates or work colleagues and encourage everyone to dress up as their favourite superhero.
Register for your free fundraising pack now to start preparing for your own Road Safety Superhero Day.
Bake for Brake
Grab your apron and hold a Bake for Brake fundraiser. Making a load of cupcakes is the simplest thing in the world, but everyone loves them, particularly if they know their extra calorie intake is all in a good cause.
You can have your own one-off sale, or sell tasty treats during a big event, such as a school fete, coffee morning or charity night. And why not hold a pay-to-enter baking competition for your friends or colleagues? Helen, right, has been Baking for Brake for the past few years. Read her story.
Find out more
Visit the main fundraising pages on the Brake website for more great ideas, and info on sponsored runs, treks and daredevil challenges.