The AMA Charity is not like other organisations that concentrate on the 'after effects' of Australians being involved in road incidents.
The goal of the AMA Charity is to provide motorists and motorcyclists with the ability to learn superior skills and knowledge, to not be involved in an incident in the first place.
We aim to give young pre licence age drivers and riders, the opportunity to learn essential skills 'off road', so when at licence age, they will have developed superior abilities to control a motor vehicle 'on road'.
Our purpose is also to provide new and existing licence holders, the opportunity to develop superior driving and riding abilities 'off road' to ensure they too, do not contribute to the Australian 'on road' toll.
The AMA Charity achieves its' aims in partnership with its supporters, the AMA cooperatives and companies, their subsidiary clubs, club chapters and chartered organisations.
Your support of the AMA's Charity helps us to buy land and develop facilities, to acquire equipment, safety gear, motor vehicles and to engage the qualified instructors to deliver our educational activities to as many pre and post licence drivers and riders as we can.