CARE: Christian Action, Research and Education

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Assisted Suicide

Where assisted suicide is legal, it makes vulnerable people feel like a burden. CARE works to uphold laws that protect those people, and to assist them to live—not to commit suicide.



While for some, gambling is just harmless fun, for a significant minority it causes genuine devastation. Our vision is to see laws passed that will help protect vulnerable problem gamblers.


Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is one of the greatest violations of human dignity. We are fighting for effective laws that will help victims get better support.



In any pregnancy, both the woman and preborn baby have inherent value and dignity, by virtue of being made in the image of God. CARE is passionately pro-woman and pro-life.


Commercial Sexual Exploitation

We believe people were made for purpose, not purchase. Exploitation within the sex industry affects some of the most vulnerable in our society. CARE is working for better laws to protect them.


Marriage and Family

Strong families are foundational to a healthy society. Marriages too are vital, representing the gold standard of commitment. CARE is committed to upholding both.


Online Safety

For children and young people, access to harmful online content is only a click away. CARE is working towards a society where they are as well-protected online as they are offline.


Religious Liberty

The right to freedom of religion or belief is a fundamental human right. We are campaigning to safeguard these freedoms in our society.


Technology, Robotics, and AI

CARE is exploring the theological, social and practical implications of advances in artificial intelligence and robotics.


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& society reflecting a better story for everyone.

At the heart of all of CARE’s work is our determination to uphold the truth that human beings made in God’s image are immensely valuable and deserve to be treated with dignity and compassion.

We want to show a better story for our culture and society, and we want to be part of shaping that in structures that we are given as citizens in the UK…

Find out more about the better story
Nola Leach
CARE is mak­ing a real dif­fer­ence in soci­ety by telling a bet­ter story — by stand­ing up for the value of life from con­cep­tion through to its nat­ur­al end, and by being a voice for the voiceless.
Nola Leach Chief Executive at CARE

Now launching our brand new website!

At CARE, we believe we have a better story to tell. God has good news for our world and we want that news to ripple out in society, changing hearts and minds.

Our aim is to make a long-lasting and positive impact on our culture, and to reach as many people as possible. To do that, we decided to launch a brand new website, designed for the digital age.

The new site allows us to develop the resources we can offer visitors, as well as presenting all the information we have in a more appealing and accessible way.

Our new logo is designed to capture the idea of CARE speaking out, and God’s truth causing a ripple effect in society. The new tagline, ‘CARE for what you believe’ is all about inviting people to stand with us in defence of the vulnerable and voiceless.

We hope you find the new website helpful, inspiring and resourceful. We will continue to update it regularly with the latest news, blogs and resources. Please join us in being part of sharing God’s good news for politics, for culture, and for each and every person in our society.

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Assisted Suicide: The Arguments

Explore the argu­ments for and against assisted sui­cide, and learn more from CARE's perspective.


News and updates

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Sport’s Minister: Football too dependent on gambling

The world’s most popular sport is too reliant on sponsorship from betting companies, Sports Minister Nigel Adams has said.

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Campaigners' call for assisted suicide law review is rejected

Yesterday the Government rejected calls for an inquiry into the current law on assisted suicide, in a blow for Dignity in Dying, the campaign group lobbying for a dangerous change in the law.

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Now launching our new website! Why it’s time for a new look

At CARE, we believe we have a better story to tell. God has good news for our world and we want that news to ripple out in society, changing hearts and minds.

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Welsh parents set to lose right to withdraw from RSE lessons

Welsh Parents are set to lose the right to withdraw their children from Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) after the Welsh Government announced plans to make RSE compulsory for all school students aged 3-16.

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Isle of Man Assisted Suicide Push Fails

After a five-hour debate at the Tynwald on the Isle of Man, an attempt to change the law on assisted suicide has failed.

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Pray for a Safer Internet

Father, we pray for more solutions to protect children and young people from accessing inappropriate and harmful online material. Please help the government to pass effective legislation and bless initiatives that provide education and advice to those affected. Amen.

Pray with us today about online safety
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Help victims of modern slavery get guaranteed support

CARE is supporting Lord McColl's Modern Slavery (Victim Support) Bill, alongside a coalition of organisations. It guarantees victims of modern slavery at least 12 months of support, ensuring they live free for good.

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Your donation to CARE enables us to continue to work towards a culture and society reflecting a better story for everyone.

We only ask you to consider giving to CARE after you have considered the needs of your family and church.

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