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

23 January 2020

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.

We are passionate about the value of every person, from conception through to life’s natural end; we support free speech, campaign to protect the vulnerable, and champion the importance of families.

Our messages are shaped and inspired by what God has revealed in His word as His good and perfect plan for how we should live. Our aim is to make a longlasting 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. The new look is contemporary, clean and simple.

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.

From the very beginning, CARE has stood for this better story. We continue to believe in the dignity of every human being, and that all are made in the image of God. Our mission is to be a voice for truth in the public square and we will, in God’s strength, continue to do so — in partnership with you, our wonderful supporters.

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.

Find out more about our vision for a better society.

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