Brake's funding comes from a mix of vital sources, including community fundraising, donations from individuals, government grants, trusts and memberships and from our valued corporate partners. Brake takes pride in its partnerships with organisations who respect and value our work and want to show their commitment to the road safety cause by supporting us financially and promoting our messages. Our corporate partners, listed below, donate £6,500+ a year to Brake, providing critical support to our work campaigning and educating to improve road safety, and supporting devastated road crash victims.
To discuss opportunities for working with and supporting Brake, contact our corporate partnerships team on email@example.com or 01484 559909.
AIG are partners with Brake, helping us to create safer environments for all road users by encouraging grass roots community initiatives.
Allianz Insurance has supported Brake’s campaign to make roads safer, by coordinating their school run campaign supported by Lewis Hamilton.
For over 10 years, ARI has supported the charity making the roads safer for those who drive for work.
Arriva have worked with Brake for a number of years to engage with their drivers. Arriva also sponsor the Kevin Storey award for outstanding commitment to Road Safety, named in honour of employee Kevin Storey
Arval play a key role promoting road safety messages internally to their staff and within the wider road safety community.
Autoline present our Engaging Young People in road safety workshops, helping to educate young people between the ages of 11 and 24 in Northern Ireland.
Aviva has sponsored our Fleet Safety Conference each year for the last five years, helping us to continue to educate and inform the fleet industry on best practices.
Birchall Blackburn Law
Birchall Blackburn Law has helped Brake to support people bereaved and seriously injured in road crashes.
Brantano sponsor Brake's Giant Walk, which in 2015 saw over 100,000 children taking part in an organised march for road safety.
Brake support Carillion with their 'Road to Safety' campaign, aimed at improving the safety of their company drivers.
Every year thousands of tots and infants age 2-7 take part in a special Beep Beep! Day organised by their nursery, playgroup, childminder or infant school, to help save little lives.
The Co-operative Funeralcare
The Co-Operative Funeralcare support our Sudden project helping suddenly bereaved families.
Co-op Insurance work with Brake and show their commitment to the road safety cause by providing critical support to Brake through campaigning and educating to improve road safety throughout communities in the UK.
Brake and Deliveroo are working together to promote the benefits of having an eco friendly fleet of vehicles.
Drinks giants Diageo are one of our longest supporters, partnering with Brake since 2004, and donating over £50,000 to the charity helping to raise awareness of drink driving.
Digby Brown Solicitors
Through our partnership, we have been able to extend our support throughout Scotland, coordinating training for family liaison officers on how to support families bereaved on the roads.
Direct Line Group
Since 2006, Direct Line Group and their brands have donated over £200,000 to the charity, through supporting our topical road safety media campaigns, driver surveys, and sponsoring our annual reception.
Through Dr.Will Murray, eDriving Fleet have spoken and presented on best practice within the fleet industry on a range of different topics.
FMG are corporate partners with Brake, providing an annual donation while helping to provide guidance on fleet management to our contacts through our Brake Professional scheme.
Hyphen Law has partnered with Brake to help us expand our resources relating to brain injury.
Irwin Mitchell Solicitors
Irwin Mitchell are one of four sponsors of our helpline which helps support people bereaved and seriously injured in road crashes.
Phillips 66 and JET have supported the charity for eight years, donating over £42,000.
Kuehne + Nagel
Kuehne + Nagel has worked with Brake for many years on the safety of their drivers and fleet.
Brake has teamed up with Kwik Fit as part of the 'New To the Road' campaign for young and learner drivers.
Licence Bureau has been a supporter of Brake for four years helping Brake to produce crucial reports into the safety of UK fleets.
Lyons Davidson are a long standing supporter of Brake's helpine, literature, and support services.
Morrison Utility Services
Morrison Utility Services want to expand their safety procedures to incorporate travelling to and from work site.
Network Rail are one of Brake's longest standing supporters, and have worked with the charity to improve the safety of their fleet over many years.
Novum Law has partnered with Brake to help us expand our resources relating to brain injury.
Octo Telematics are working with Brake to raise awareness of the benefits of changing driver behaviour through technology.
QBE have supported the charity for many years, donating over £48,000 to the charity.
Royal Mail have partnered with Brake to take advantage of our professional fleet offering.
Slater and Gordon
Slater and Gordon are valued sponsors of Brake, and have been partners with the charity since 2013 supporting us in a variety of ways.
Specsavers has been long standing supporters of the charity and have helped to fund our Road Safety Week campaigns.
Telogis are working with Brake to improve safety within the world of fleets, through sharing their knowledge, expertise and passion for making our roads safer.
Thompsons has teamed up with Brake on a number of campaigns, focusing on young drivers in particular.
Since 2007 Travis Perkins has supported Brake as a corporate partners, utilising our resources to help guide their fleet policies and coordinate road safety activities with staff and communities.
VisionTrack work with Brake to help make roads safer for all by encouraging the use of telematics cameras combined with driver development initiatives to help fleets reduces rates of crashes.
webuyanycar.com work with Brake to teach road safety to children throughout the UK.