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Safer QLD roads

Suncorp Insurance: helping make the connection in Queensland

Driven by the belief that aged care is no place for a young person, and powered by the help of its employees, Suncorp Insurance proudly supports Youngcare Connect (YCC) – a national phone service for young Australians with significant disabilities and their loved ones, helping them navigate Australia’s disability system.

Safer Queensland Community Grant takes women ‘Under the Bonnet’ for road safety

Ipswich women learnt how to protect their personal safety and perform basic car maintenance thanks to a $4,000 Safer Queensland Community Grant from Suncorp Insurance and the Queensland Police Service (QPS).

The grant was one of 52 awarded to community groups throughout Queensland from 2011 to 2012 for initiatives that promote road safety and reduce crime and the fear of crime.

Community Grants tackles youth crime in Bundamba

240 at-risk Bundamba youth were engaged in an adventure-based program designed to reduce anti-social behaviour and criminal activity thanks to a $10,000 grant funded by Suncorp Insurance and Queensland Police Service (QPS) as part of the 2012 Safer Queensland Community Grants program.

Road safety artwork for Mossman

Mossman residents were engaged to develop anti drink driving artworks for use throughout the community thanks to a $7,000 Safer Queensland Community Grant from Suncorp Insurance and the Queensland Police Service (QPS).

The grant was one of 52 awarded to community groups throughout Queensland from 2011 to 2012 for initiatives that promote road safety and reduce crime and the fear of crime.

Queenslanders urged to take the pledge for Fatality Free Friday

Suncorp Insurance partners with national event to curb growing road toll

To date in 2015, there have been 87 Queenslanders killed on our roads1.

Suncorp Insurance has once again joined forces with the Australian Road Safety Foundation to address the state’s rising road toll and to promote Fatality Free Friday – an event that aims to achieve zero road deaths throughout the country for just one day.

Young Queenslanders serve up for Youngcare

Young Queenslanders are rolling up their sleeves and preparing to take part in an initiative raising vital funds for Youngcare, an Australian charity dedicated to getting young people with high-care needs out of aged care.

Sixteen young Queenslanders have been selected to take part in the ‘Young Chefs for Youngcare’ fundraiser taking place during the ‘Lowndesy Goes Local for Safer Queensland Roads’ tour, a road safety initiative of Suncorp Insurance.

MEET CRAIG LOWNDES IN APRIL

This April Craig Lowndes is taking the safer roads message to regional Queensland communities as part of the Lowndesy Goes Local for Safer Queensland Roads tour.

If you live in Ipswich, Toowoomba, the Sunshine Coast or Townsville, check out your local event for your chance to meet Lowndesy and contribute to safer roads in your community.

Lowndesy Goes Local for Safer Queensland Roads events will be held from 11:00am – 1:00pm at:

Suncorp Insurance and QPS present $190,000 in grants

Glenala State High School P&C the first to benefit from the 2012 Safer Queensland Community Grants Program

Glenala State High School Parents and Citizens Association (P&C) will be able to assist a number of students in obtaining their Learners Permit and commence road safety education training for all year 11 students thanks to a $7,500 community grant from Suncorp Insurance and the Queensland Police Service (QPS).

Respite help found for carers

When something catastrophic happens to you or a loved one, finding the right support and services can be stressful, time-consuming and extremely difficult. That’s why Youngcare established Youngcare Connect in 2010 - a hotline proudly supported by Suncorp Insurance dedicated to connecting young people with high care needs to the services they need.

David recently called Youngcare Connect, and here is his story…

94% drive off after car park damage

Planning a drive to your local shopping centre? Hit and run damage to parked vehicles is widespread in the concrete jungle of modern car parks.