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Graduate and under-graduate volunteer work experience placements
Champions work in their community to raise awareness of road safety. There are lots of ways that Champions can do this, from fundraising at local events to giving presentations to local groups. Some Champions also campaign for road safety, for example by running a local campaign to lower the speed limit outside a school. Training is provided.
We need volunteers to carry out road safety surveys by asking local people questions prepared by Brake on particular issues, such as attitudes towards speed and drink driving. Can you help?
Brake is often asked by media for local spokespeople who can talk about the effects of death and injury on roads on families and communities. If you have personal experience of death or injury as a result of a road crash (but are sufficiently recovered to talk about your case) and wish to talk to the media about the importance of using roads safely, then get in contact (training provided by Brake).
Could you help us at an event such as a local fair holding a collection bucket or talking to people about road safety? You must be prepared to talk to other people about key road safety issues such as the dangers of speeding, in line with Brake's campaigns, and to ask for donations to the charity.
We are always in need of volunteers who can give a few hours a week or more to help us out with general office tasks, such as posting resource orders and databasing. If you have a few hours you can spare during office hours each week, please get in touch.