Mental health

Supporting Live4Life to deliver the only mental health education and youth suicide prevention model designed specifically for rural and regional communities, already helping almost 15,000 young people.

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Regional solar

Solar and battery solutions provided in bushfire-prone areas across Victoria to improve energy resilience as part of the RACV Solar in the Regions initiative.

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Educating over 17,000 primary school students each year on safety in the home, on the road and in the community.

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Visual Arts

Supporting artists with over $150,000 invested in exhibitions, events and partnerships across Victoria. 

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We’re improving lives through regional initiatives, partnership programs, workplace giving and volunteering.

Safe Plate Day

Neighbourhood Watch Victoria and RACV are encouraging motorists to take precautions to protect their vehicles following a sharp rise in number plate theft.

With the support of RACV and the Victorian Government, Neighbourhood Watch Victoria will be supporting Safe Plate Day events.

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  • Safety

    We focus on safety in the home and on the road.

    Our safety programs include:

    • RACV Safety Squad education programs tailored for Victorian primary school students to support passenger safety, pedestrian safety, bike safety and identifying hazards in the home.
    • RACV Solar Squad is a new primary school science program that broadens RACV’s education offerings to include cleaner energy education.
    • RACV Online Safe Driver Training, ensuring participants have access to RACV’s high quality driver training program created by RACV’s own motoring and road safety experts.
    • Neighbourhood Watch’s How safe is my place and How safe is my farm initiatives help determine how safe your home or farm is from burglary and what you can do to improve overall security, supported by RACV and developed with Victoria Police.
  • In the regions

    Programs and funding to help regional communities.

    Our regional programs include:

    • Live4Life partnership in regional Victoria to support programs to reduce youth suicide.
    • $1 million Solar in the Regions investment program, established to improve safety for regional towns by adapting community buildings and installing solar and battery storage to make them more resilient in extreme weather events.
    • GIVIT partnership to provide urgently needed items and services to people and communities.


We support our people with opportunities to donate, volunteer, and get involved in community events. Our people support community events such as the Midsumma Festival, ANZAC Day and regional activities.

Supporting Midsumma

“As a queer person, I was really excited to find out RACV takes part in Melbourne's Pride March. I was so excited to go to my first Pride event, but to be in the actual march itself was even better. It was really nice to not only have my friends with me, but to know that RACV supporting the community means showing up and actively participating – not just saying it.”

– Tess Wilson, RACV Member Services Consultant.

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We work closely with our partners to positively impact the community.

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Neighbourhood Watch
Neighbourhood Watch deliver education programs that make communities safer, protected and more connected.

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GIVIT supply people and communities with urgently needed items and services.

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Live4Life is a health charity bringing together rural and regional communities to reduce barriers for young people to seek help, improve youth mental health and reduce youth suicide.


STREAT is a social enterprise dedicated to helping young people improve their lives through training programs and employment pathways.

Netball Victoria and RACV work together to deliver grassroots opportunities and better access for First Nations, multicultural and LGBTI+ communities to participate in netball across Victoria.

This support includes supporting Netball Victoria to host a citizenship ceremony during Inclusion Round, enabling the Ingles Family Sensory Room at John Cain Arena to ensure a safe and inclusive space for every fan to enjoy the match, and supporting the Victorian Netball League’s Pride Round and First Nations Round.

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