Vision Zero Texas leads the movement to end traffic deaths in the State of Texas. We work with local volunteer advocates and advocacy organizations, public officials, and community organizations across the state to help Texas governments adopt Vision Zero goals and transform policies and streets get to zero.
Vision Zero Texas works with Central Texas Families for Safe Streets (CTFSS), Vision Zero ATX, WalkAustin, and BikeAustin to host the annual Texas World Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Traffic Violence on the third Sunday of November. This year, the WDOR Vigil will be virtual and statewide on Sunday, November 15 and the Virtual 5K will be Saturday, November 7-14.
Funds raised through this campaign will benefit Farm&City, a 501c3 nonprofit. Meeting our $25,000 goal will allow hiring the first full-time Director of Vision Zero Texas, dedicated to spreading Vision Zero statewide and supporting CTFSS and launching similar Famailies for Safe Streets groups across the state. Passing this goal will allow more rapid expansion of Vision Zero Texas work statewide and more substantial support for FSS chapters.
Donated prizes will be available to honor leading fundraisers and teams in these categories:
Biggest individual fundraiser, Most people donating for a single fundraiser, Biggest team fundraiser, Most people donating to a team, and Longest distance walked for a team.