New website launch

13 November 2018, Thirtyone:eight

Thirtyone:eight (formerly CCPAS) launched its newly refreshed website today as part of an overhaul of its branding and communications: https://thirtyoneeight.org/.

The website is part of Thirtyone:eight’s recent update to its vision and identity including a change of name. The new site reflects our breadth of service and commitment to ensuring people can access the best safeguarding advice and guidance relevant to them.

Peter Wright, Head of Communications said: “We’re really pleased to be launching our refreshed site today under our new name thirtyone:eight. We’ve worked hard to ensure that our members can easily access all the information and advice they rely on.

“We continue to be committed to helping our member organisations be equipped with the safeguarding tools they need, because working together, we want to make it as easy as possible for churches, charities, NGOs and any organisation that work with children or vulnerable adults to create safer places for all. We’re looking forward to rolling out further developments and functionality over the next few months, so watch this space.”

As an independent Christian charity offering a complete safeguarding solution we work alongside organisations, faith, community and government groups, making sure that they are equipped and empowered to protect vulnerable people. We provide training, consultancy, disclosures and a 24 hour helpline, as well as leading the way in informing legislation and promoting high standards in safeguarding practice.

Justin Humphreys, CEO, said: “In this digital age, the functionality and feel of our website is a crucial element of our branding and messaging.  Our new website, which carries a new name, reflects what motivates us. We’re inspired by God’s call to ‘speak out on behalf of the voiceless, and for the rights of all who are vulnerable,’ as described in Proverbs 31:8. We care about vulnerable people because we believe that’s what God told us to do.”

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