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'Care You Can Put Your Faith In'

Tuesday June 5 2018

CrossReach, the Church of Scotland’s social care arm, has launched a redesigned website and a new strapline.

The familiar logo now includes the line ‘Care you can put your faith in’.

CrossReach Chief Executive Officer Viv Dickenson said that the new strapline reflected the Christian ethos of the organisation. She said: “It’s 13 years since we launched CrossReach in June 2005 and we felt it was time to give it a bit of a makeover and update our website. We worked closely with a company called Story in Edinburgh who suggested changing our strapline from ‘providing a caring future’ to ‘Care you can put your faith in’.

“I think this is an excellent phrase
 which reinforces that we remain
 part of the Church of Scotland, and work hard to provide quality care which makes a real difference to all those who use our services. You will see the new look rolled out across the organisation in the coming months.”

The Church of Scotland will next year have been providing social care and support for 150 years. CrossReach, launched in June 2005 and formerly the Church of Scotland Board of Social Responsibility, is one of the largest care providers in Scotland, employing more than 2000 staff and with an annual expenditure of £51 million.

The services it provides range from care homes and specialist dementia services for older people, to work with vulnerable children and families and services for people with mental health problems, learning disabilities, substance abuse problems and the families of prisoners.


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