ON JULY 21, WE ONLY HAVE 15 HOURS TO STOP PREVENTABLE CYCLIST DEATHS

In the past 15 years since Amy Gillett was tragically killed while riding her bike, we’ve been working hard to ensure that our roads are safe for people to ride home to the people they love.

 

We’ve had some victories along the way, but people keep dying on the roads and we know that we can do more to stop preventable cyclist deaths with your help.

 

That’s why on Tuesday, July 21, AGF will be challenging ourselves and our community by running an inaugural Remembering Amy Giving Day, where every donation will help us reach our vision of zero cyclist deaths.

 

Every 10 days a cyclist is killed on Australian roads, with thousands more being seriously injured each year. We believe that this simply isn’t good enough.

 

We only have 15 hours to make a change together, so we’re asking for your support. Find out more about the campaign and make a donation here: www.charidy.com/agf

 

Please consider helping us any way you can – Share your support, share your donation & share your story by becoming a Remembering Amy Ambassador.

 

Email us to find out how you can help: info@amygillett.org.au

Article by AGF Media

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