SureCam supports Brake

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SureCam has selected Brake as its official charity partner for 2019.

SureCam employees will be taking part in a series of fundraising activities throughout the year to support Brake and raise awareness of road safety. This partnership is in line with SureCam’s commitment to work with customers and partners to spread a safety culture.

Brake is a national road safety charity that works with communities and organisations across the UK, and increasingly the globe, to end road deaths and injuries. The charity  provides training, resources, and guidance on global fleet safety best practice through the Global Fleet Champions campaign. Brake also supports those bereaved or seriously injured in road crashes through its National Roads Victim Services. 

Corinne Foskey, Corporate Fundraising Officer said: “We’re delighted that SureCam has selected Brake as their Charity of Choice! SureCam is committed to road safety, having previously been shortlisted for Brake’s Fleet Safety Awards in both the Partnership and Fleet Safety Products categories, and we are incredibly pleased to continue working toward road safety together as their charitable partner. The vital funds raised by SureCam will allow Brake to continue supporting those tragically bereaved or seriously injured from road crashes, and campaigning for healthy and safe mobility for everyone.”   

 Justin White, Managing Director of SureCam said: “As the result of our shared values in working to improve road safety, at Surecam, we have chosen Brake, the road safety campaigner as our charity partner for 2019. Along with all of their amazing work in raising road safety awareness with individuals, organisations and the government, Brake does a lot of work for the victims of road traffic crashes and their families, supporting them through the aftermath when things go wrong on our roads” 

He added that “I've seen this first hand a few years ago when a friend of mine lost his brother when he was the victim in a bike crash. Brake supported his family and had a material impact in helping them adjust to their new reality.  Hopefully, none of us will ever need to utilise their services but it's good to know they are there and have the funds to help anyone who needs them.”

To kick start the fundraising campaign for Brake, members of SureCam’s management team are taking part in Brake’s summer parachute jump this June.  

If you would like to support SureCam, visit Justin White’s JustGiving page.

Liya Hussey