The Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) has launched the 2023 Road Safety Grants Programme. The FIA Road Safety Grants Programme enables Clubs to address road safety at a local level and support the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety.

The FIA Mobility Grants call for applications will be open from the 7th of April to the 31st of May. Based on the “SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY FOR ALL” advocacy strategy, the grant programme aims to empower Member Clubs with opportunities and support to undertake impactful initiatives in road safety and sustainable mobility.

The 2023 Road Safety Grants Programme includes a specific stream for Star Rating for Schools. Successful applications must demonstrate effective utilisation of all 10 steps of the FIA School Assessment toolkit (Available in EN and ESP).

FIA members can apply for up to €25,000 per School Assessment Project, to cover the full project or co-fund other sources to upgrade at least one school zone.

Applications: Don’t miss this unique opportunity! The call for applications will run through the FIA Grants programme portal. Call for applications are now open and will remains available until 31 May 2023.

Not an FIA club member? We encourage any local NGO/organisation to partner with their local FIA club to support applications. Check the FIA members in each country or contact FIA for connection.

For more information on the Grant Programme and Club projects already making school zones safer, click here.

The FIA School Assessment Toolkit has been developed by the FIA and iRAP, in cooperation with the Fundación RACC and the CAA, funded by the FIA Road Safety Grants Programme.

Click here to see the 10 projects funded for safer school streets in 2021 – we are delighted to continue to support this programme and work together to ensure the journey to and from school is safer for children across the world.