Shine a Light on Road Safety marking it’s 11th year
Marking its 11th year, Amber Community’s Shine a Light on Road Safety campaign has become a vital annual event on the road safety calendar. Raising over $500,000 to support the organisation’s mission so far, these generous donations enable us to continue to deliver essential services, raise awareness, and advocate for change. This May, we invite you to join the cause and make a difference in road safety. Register Now
The Shine a Light on Road Safety message
Road safety responsibility
We believe that road safety is everyone’s responsibility. Help us spread the word throughout our community.
The Shine a Light on Road Safety campaign provides a platform for the community to speak out about the impact of road trauma and advocate for the safety and wellbeing of all road users.
Access to free support services
Amber Community offers free, confidential counselling and support services for those impacted by road trauma. Help us continue to deliver these essential services by raising vital funds and awareness. Learn more about Amber Community
How to be a part of our campaign this May
Walk with us on Sunday 5 May 2024 at Albert Park Lake
Gather your crew – friends, family, and furry pals – and join us for a scenic 2km or 5km stroll around Albert Park Lake. There will be food trucks and entertainment from 10am and the event is wheelchair, mobility scooter and pram accessible. Dogs on leads are welcome to walk with us. Register Now
Join the Shine Challenge during the month of May
Participate your way! Put the FUN in fundraising and raise vital funds while doing something you love for the entire month of May. Invite friends, family and workmates to support your cause. Consider hosting your own fundraiser or challenge yourself to walk, cycle or swim. The possibilities are endless! You can learn more here.
Turn on your headlights
On Friday 3 May turn on your headlights to Shine a Light on Road Safety.
How your fundraising makes a difference
Funds raised allow Amber Community to deliver services to those impacted by road trauma. More than 3,000 Victorians access our free counselling, information, and support services every year.
Funds raised also allow us to develop further and deliver road safety education programs to more than 5,000 people yearly, promoting and encouraging safer driving choices.
Funding is instrumental in helping us achieve our mission of improving the lives of those impacted by road trauma.
Spreading awareness and ending road trauma
The ripple effect of road incidents touches families, friends, colleagues, and communities. Amber Community’s tireless work aims to end road trauma by changing community thinking about road safety.
Please get involved today: Together, we shine
Join us in spreading awareness, participating in the Shine Challenge, and supporting our mission to shine a light on road safety. Together, we can make our roads safer and create a positive impact on the lives of those affected by road trauma. #shinealightonroadsafety.
For more information and to register for the Shine a Light on Road Safety Challenge, click here.