Get involved - Activities and resources for events

There are loads of things you can do to help spread the My Red Thumb message. 

Share real-life stories

Watch 2018's official real life story where Air Ambulance Emergency Doctor Clare Bosanko explains the real-life consequences of using a mobile phone at the wheel.


MyRedThumb Videos

Share our video showing a number of positive ways that passengers can challenge drivers who are being distracted by their mobile phones.

Create a video - Help us to go viral!

Why not record a video demonstrating how you support MyRedThumb 

What could you make a video about?

  • You could simply tell people that you are supporting the  My Red Thumb Campaign and paint your thumb red on camera
  • Get your friends and colleagues to paint their thumbs red on camera
  • Make a video of ways people can break phone addiction.
  • Film a red thumb disco dance
  • Make up a red thumb song

Your video can be creative, emotive, fun or serious - we don’t mind as long as it is something that others will want to watch and share and it gets the message out there.

If you need some inspiration here are some fab videos that you have created.

Schools can arrange an assembly or devote a lesson to MyRedThumb. You can use our free assembly lesson plans to deliver short interactive presentations to primary and secondary school pupils. We hope that by getting the message to the children they will pass on their knowledge to their parents.



Run events:

Businesses and road safety partners hold your own MyRedThumb event. For example, set up an information station in your place of work, shopping centre, college or University where you can paint people's thumb nails whilst chatting to them about MyRedThumb and the ways they can encourage others to break the habit of using a mobile phone whilst driving. Download our free posters and images to advertise your event.  Don't forget to video and photograph everyone to pose for a Thumb Selfie and share it on social media #MyRedThumb.


Origins of My Red Thumb
2019 campaign date