Balanceability is a 'learn-to-cycle' programme for children aged 2½ years upwards. The programme is delivered by qualified instructors in safe environments, and is designed to provide children with the best possible start in cycling.
Churchill Insurance was one of the UK’s first direct motor insurers, selling home, car, travel, pet and van insurance as well as breakdown cover. It has sponsored Brake’s Beep Beep! Day project since 2004, helping to save little lives.
The FIA Foundation has an international reputation for innovative global road safety philanthropy; practical environmental research and interventions to improve air quality and tackle climate change; and high-impact strategic advocacy in the areas of road traffic injury prevention and motor vehicle fuel efficiency.
Good Egg Safety provides safety advice for families on a variety of topics including child car seats, new drivers, parents of new drivers, family cycling, older road users and in-home child safety. Its car seat advice provides useful information on selecting the correctly-fitted car seat for the size of your child and how to fit them correctly in your car.
Living Streets works towards a nation where walking is the natural choice for everyday journeys. Its mission is to achieve a better walking environment to inspire people to walk more. Its Walk to School Week and WOW scheme get children across the country engaged and excited about creating a healthy and active journey to school.
Modeshift is a leading organisation in sustainable travel, securing increased levels of safe, active and sustainable travel in educational establishments, business and communities. It represents the needs of its members and supports travel practitioners through new and existing services. Its STARS scheme is the national schools awards, to recognise those that demonstrate excellence in supporting walking, cycling and other forms of sustainable travel.
Playing Out is the national street play organisation, supporting the resident-led movement across the UK. The movement allows people in their communities to implement a positive change and ensure that their streets are a safe environment in which their children can have freedom. Street plays see residents close their street to traffic for a few hours, creating a safe space for children to play out in.
Sustrans wants people to be able to walk and cycle easily. It is a group of engineers, educators, experts and advocates connecting people and places to ensure everyone can have a liveable neighbourhood, and a happier, healthier commute to work or journey to school.
THINK!, the government’s road safety campaign, challenges dangerous behaviours on Britain’s roads. Campaigns include tackling drink and drug-driving, speeding and using a mobile phone at the wheel. It also produces educational resources for all ages including lesson plans, films, and games, to allow educators to support students to be more road aware.
20's Plenty for Us is a not-for-profit organisation, helping communities set a mandatory 20mph limit in their area. It provides campaigning tools to help people get these limits implemented on their streets, and supports car drivers, cyclists, pedestrians and even horse riders.