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Road Safety Trust’s Grant: Seeking Applications from UK based Organisations

Deadline: 31 March 2018

The Road Safety Trust (RST) is seeking applications for its Grant programme with an aim to contribute to improvements in safety on the roads of the United Kingdom through support for research into road safety and for the development of practical measures and trial or demonstration projects, whether through education, engineering or enforcement, aimed to reduce death and injury to all road users.

The overall aims of the Road Safety Trust are to reduce death and injury on the UK Roads through providing independent funding for research and the development of innovative approaches.

Objectives

This grant programme has the following objectives in order to meet the overall charitable objectives of the Trust:

  • Raising Road Safety awareness and sharing knowledge and learning
  • Supporting the development of evidence based approaches to Road Safety
  • Improving Road Safety policy and practice
  • Encouraging partnership working, as a way to achieve these objectives

Funding Information

Grants are available for up to three years and the RST would normally expect to fund projects requesting from it amounts of up to £200,000.

Eligibility Criteria

  • UK based organisations (both public and professional associations), registered charities and university departments may apply for grants.
  • Individuals are not eligible for Trust grants unless part of a wider research or project team.
  • Private commercial enterprise, Community Interest Companies and not for profit businesses will be considered for funding providing that it can be demonstrated that the schemes or initiatives proposed are for charitable activity and for the public benefit and are consistent with the principles of the Trust.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted via given website.

Eligible Country: United Kingdom

For more information, please visit Road Safety Trust’s Grant.

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