Join the challenge and support road safety
Join us for our Shine a Light on Road Safety walk at Albert Park Lake on Sunday 5 May 2024, starting at 10am.
In addition to our walk, for the entire month of May, you can challenge yourself, friends, family and workmates to fundraise your way.
No matter the weather, hot, cold, wet or windy, you can walk, roll, swim, cycle solo, or in a squad. Every dollar counts.
Your commitment to the Shine a Light on Road Safety challenge will SHINE through and give you the overall feeling of awesomeness while raising VITAL funds to support Amber Community.
Register now and invite your family and friends to join you for a 2 km or 5 km community walk at Albert Park Lake, Sunday 5 May 2024.
Turn your headlights on Friday 3 May to Shine a Light on Road Safety.
Make a difference
Raise funds to help support people injured or bereaved by road trauma and deliver programs to make our roads safer.
About the walk
Be part of an understanding community - walking together to support each other, honour loved ones lost and injured, and advocate for road safety.
The Shine a Light on Road Safety walk is at 11am on Sunday 5 May 2024.
It's a family day with food trucks and entertainment from 10am.
The walk is 5km around Albert Park Lake - there is a 2km option, or you are welcome to sit back and enjoy a coffee and chat in the marquee seating.
Wear your brightest clothes or your loved ones' favourite colours and your yellow cap to help raise awareness of road safety. Find out more about the walk here.
The difference you will make
Shine a Light on Road Safety is about igniting hope, connecting with others and creating positive change.
This year our fundraising goal is to raise $100,000 to grow our amazing road safety programs.
Participants talk about the impact and ‘why’ they walk.
So far we've raised
Raised so far
We’re asking YOU to be the light that shines brightest.
Road trauma affects not just the individual, the ripple effect impacts their family, friends, work colleagues, social and sporting clubs and whole communities.