On average, 5 people die every day on the road in the UK. Twenty years ago, one of those was John Brennan, the father of Februsweary founder Andy Brennan.

Road deaths and serious injuries are preventable, and charities like RoadPeace are doing great work to support those who are affected and to reform the system.

Like most people juggling work and family life, we’re not immune to the odd profanity and now we’re on a mission to turn those f*&ks into funds that will change the direction of road safety.

When I got the call from my sister to say my dad had died in a collision with another vehicle, it was devastating. There was no warning, no chance to say goodbye. This happens every day in the UK, and I want to use the anniversary of his death to launch a fundraising campaign to support the families of people killed or seriously injured on the road.

Andy Brennan

About Roadpeace

RoadPeace is the national charity for road crash victims in the UK. Its vision is a world where road danger is not tolerated and where road crash victims receive justice and compassion.

They provide information and support services to people bereaved or seriously injured in road crashes. They also engage in evidence-based policy and campaigning work, to get justice for victims and to improve the system’s post-crash response.

Their work touches many aspects of road safety, from prevention and danger reduction to better investigations and inquests, appropriate prosecution and sentencing, and fair compensation and rights for victims.