R for Road Safety!
Losing Beloved ones to road mishap is the most painful experience any family can go through. Your one easy mistake can leave someone’s mom devastated, somebody’s father breathless and somebody’s family speechless.
To avoid road mishaps and to stay safe on streets, one must be aware of the fundamentals of traffic. And many NGOs across the India are committed to spreading awareness on traffic rules since they understand the importance of road safety.
There are 1000+ people who lost their lives in a road accident in Bengaluru this year alone so every person needs to understand the importance of the safety rules and follow the traffic rules, thus spreading awareness among people on traffic rules is essential to minimise the number of road accidents in Bengaluru.
Because of this Volunteer for a Cause (VFC) – an NGO from Bengaluru initiated a traffic awareness campaign called ‘TraffiKnights’ with the sole objective of reminding everyone not to ignore traffic rules. This Volunteer event is intended to create awareness as well as help to regulate traffic on the roads of Bengaluru; it also provides an opportunity to volunteers to regulate traffic in the city.
How does it work?
The volunteers will offer honorary and non-remunerative service. On red signal, the volunteers hold different placards with signs and information on Traffic Rules and Regulations in front of vehicle users till the signal turns green, then they move sideways making way for vehicles to pass. The awareness is spread among different people who pass through the junction in the duration of two hours that volunteers devote at that junction.
Devegowda petrol bunk signal, Banashankri, Bengaluru
Date: Oct 29th 2017(Sunday)
Time: 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Come and act. Let’s bring a change!
To volunteer, contact: Sai – +919008329969 or Suren – +918892839840
Tags: Traffic Management Volunteer, TraffiKnights Bengaluru, Volunteer Activities in Bengaluru, Volunteer Events in Bengaluru, Volunteer for a Cause, Volunteer for Police Department, Volunteering for Traffic Management
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