We were absolutely thrilled to be able to continue our Women Against Road Toll movement by hosting the third annual Women Against Road Toll High Tea.
105 guests enjoyed a wonderful Stamford Grand High Tea, listened to soothing music by the very talented band Vibe Check, had fun bidding for a choice of over 70 items in our silent auction, many won prizes in the raffle, random guests won amazing door prizes and members were put into a draw for a lovely members prize.
Most importantly, with the help of our Ambassador Channel 7s Kelly Golding, special guest speaker and Young Australian of the Year nominee Holly Scott and our President Darren Davis, awareness was raised regarding the crucial role that women play in road safety – ensuring that families have conversations about the ways to get home safe when using the roads, ensuring that parents and all older family members are good driving role models to the children as they grow up, ensuring that plans are always in place so that the family knows where each other is and how they are getting home. These were some of the important messages from the day.
Money raised will help to fund more programs in 2021 including:- Annual Primary School Poster Competition Drive Like You Play Sports Initiative Women Against Road Toll Movement Sports Clubs Get Home Safe Accreditation Regional Road Safety Group Alliance Who’s Gonna Take You Home? – Campaign and High School Competition Council Messaging campaign Drive Like A Legend campaign
Here are some photos from our fantastic afternoon. Thank you to everyone who came and supported our quest to make our roads safer so that everyone gets home safe to their families…every time.