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Flare Partners with Trinity College Students' Union in Cambridge

Flare is delighted to announce a new partnership with Trinity College Students' Union (TCSU) at Cambridge University. This collaboration underscores a shared commitment to promoting student safety, especially during nights out.


Trinity College Student Union represents the undergraduate members of Trinity College, as the largest college students' union organisation in Cambridge University. As one of the most famous colleges in Cambridge, the partnership with TCSU is an important step towards a safer and more inclusive city environment.

Naomi Vice, President of Trinity College Students' Union, expresses enthusiasm about partnering with Flare

Naomi Vince, President of TCSU for 2023, commented on the partnership, stating, "Student safety on nights out is one of the biggest concerns for University Students' Unions. Enjoying nightlife is a staple of the university student experience, and with Flare, safety is made a priority so students can go out and have fun worry-free. Supporting a platform that helps our students was an obvious decision."


Through this partnership, Flare and TCSU are committed to promoting a culture of safety and inclusivity in university campuses. By integrating Flare into the student lifestyle at Cambridge, we aim to empower students with the tools they need to feel secure and supported wherever they are.


 

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 Trinity College Students' Union (TCSU): The Trinity College Students’ Union is here to represent the students of Trinity College, Cambridge. From parties, to welfare support, to changing things in college, TCSU is the first port of call for students in Trinity.


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