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.
We have previously completed various activities to raise money for RoSPA such as bake sales, cycling from Redhill to Lapland and quizzes. However, we have now decided to up the ante and take on the mighty 3 Peaks Challenge! This involves climbing the 3 highest Mountains in England, Scotland and Wales in a 24 hours period.
The money donated will go towards ROSPA’s Brighter Beginnings campaign, which launched in December 2016 as part of their centenary celebrations. It is an important appeal providing parents with beneficial information and give little ones a safer start in life.
To find out more about this challenge and to donate click the button below:
RoSPA are a registered charity whose mission is to save lives and reduce injuries. They commit to change attitudes
and legislation regarding accidents. Their positive work includes:
- Promoting campagins such as the compulsory wearing of seatbelts
- Providing advice and information on risk areas such as road safety
- Encouraging the use of evidence based good practices at both European and national level
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 2/3rds 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
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