Our RoSPA Partnership
Stocksigns have been working in partnership with RoSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) for the past 8 years, as their preferred signage supplier. We are proud to work alongside them to support their crucial work in preventing accidents and keeping people safe.
Who Are RoSPA?
For 100 years, RoSPA has been quietly working behind the scenes to change both legislation and attitudes surrounding accidents. From the compulsory wearing of seatbelts and the campaign to stop drink driving, to the Cycling Proficiency Test and to the more recent ban on handheld mobile phones behind the wheel, RoSPA has been instrumental in shaping our society for the better, preventing millions of deaths and serious injuries along the way. – RoSPA.co.uk
Brighter Beginnings Campaign
ROSPA are celebrating 100 years of past successes by focusing on looking to the future and keeping kids safe. As part of the campaign they have launched:
- A Parent Hub – with helpful information to keep children safe such as bedtime and bathtime
- A free phone helpline for parents called Lifeline –developed to help two thirds of parents who feel they don’t get enough advice and information in protecting their children from accidental harm.
You can find more information about their campaign here
Fundraising For RoSPA
Our team’s biggest charity challenge yet, climbing Mount Toubkal, North Africa’s highest mountain!
In May 2018 a (crazy) dedicated team made up of Stocksigns staff and some friends from Gatwick Airport and RoSPA, took on the challenge and raised over £7,000 for RoSPA’s Brighter Beginnings Appeal!
The 4167m high climb was completed in 3 days and involved some snow climbs, snowball fights, over night stays in mountain rooms and plenty of team spirit.
3 Peaks Challenge
In June 2017 our team completed the 3 Peaks Challenge (along with a friend from Gatwick Airport) and raised just over £4,000 for RoSPA.
After hiking to the 4,411.18 ft summit, the team descend back down and drove to the Peak District to begin their ascent of Scafell Pike. From Scafell Pike the team travelled to Snowdon and made their way to the foggy summit.