NRMA Offers Grants for Road Safety Initiatives

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Applications for grants are now open to the community for interesting and innovative initiatives which address the concern of road safety.

Applications for grants are now open to the community for interesting and innovative initiatives which address the concern of road safety.

Road safety is a shared area of concern for all members of the community however often there is a lack of funds to address local road safety issues.

NRMA Safer Driving School Road Safety Grants provide community organisations a share of $100,000 to implement road safety initiatives which make a real difference at the local level.

NRMA is looking for interesting and innovative initiatives and education programs which address safety issues for road users of any age, be they drivers, passengers, pedestrians or cyclists. The call is going out to schools, youth groups, and community organizations and individuals with a unique idea. The format is open and can be a performance, video, multimedia or any other creative idea.

Who can apply?
These grants are available to all government and not for profit organisations in NSW and ACT. In the Youth category only, individuals may also apply (parents or guardians must apply on behalf of individuals under the age of 18). Multiple submissions are permitted for different initiatives across different categories.

How to apply
All submissions must be made online via the grants website mynrma.com.au/grants
NRMA will review and judge all submissions and decide, in its sole discretion, the successful submissions.

More information is available at http://www.mynrma.com.au/grants

Key dates
20 April 2010 - Online submission period opens
31 May 2010 - Online submission period closes
31 August 2010 - Notifications of successful submissions finalised
Grant recipients will have until 31 March 2011 to implement their project.

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