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CAUSE Partners with Leeds University Commuters' Society to Enhance Student Safety

Flare is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Leeds University Commuters' Society. This collaboration is focused on improving the university experience for commuter students by prioritizing safety and accessibility.

The Leeds University Commuters' Society was established to provide support and a sense of community for students who commute to the university or live at home. Their mission is to enhance university life for commuters by building a network of like-minded students, offering accessible events, and collaborating with the university to foster inclusivity.

Gabriel Brown, Flare Co-Founder & CEO, shared his thoughts on the partnership: "Partnering with the Leeds University Commuters' Society allows us to further our mission of providing innovative solutions for enhanced safety and accessibility on campus. We believe that Flare's technology will play a crucial role in ensuring that commuter students are secure and supported."

Through this partnership, Flare and the Leeds University Commuters' Society aim to integrate app's safety features into the daily lives of Leeds' commuter students. Flare's one-tap emergency messaging system offers an additional layer of security for students who may be traveling to and from campus, ensuring that help is readily available when needed.


About Flare: Flare is an emergency SOS app designed to provide a fast and discreet way for users to send emergency messages. With its unique one-tap feature, users can instantly release an SOS message from their lock screen notification, ensuring help is just a tap away. Tailored especially for young people and students, Flare is available for free on both iOS and Android platforms.

About Leeds University Commuters' Society: The Leeds University Commuters' Society is dedicated to supporting and connecting commuter students. They work to make university life more accessible and inclusive for those who travel to campus or live at home, fostering a sense of belonging among commuter students.


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