New Year, New Name – Same Goal!

In this fast moving, action packed world we live in, few things stay the same for long. Changes in trends, technology and know-how force us to move with the times, update our practices and look to the future.

It’s with this in mind that The Rose Campaign has undergone a New Year face-lift complete with a new name, website and new identity. The only thing that hasn’t changed is our commitment to helping young people at risk of sexual exploitation in any way we can.


What’s changed?  

If you log on to the Rose Campaign website now, you’ll now be redirected to our fantastic new website and a brand new name: The Rose Project. Check out our new website here.

The Rose Project is still very much alive and kicking and is part of a wider organisation The Magdalene Group, dedicated to helping young people affected by sexual exploitation as well as educating young people on how to keep themselves safe.

Strong, bold and dynamic, our newly designed website will help us reach even more young people by ensuring we stay up to date with all the latest technological and online innovations.

The new site has lots of information for parents and young people alike, helping everyone to stay informed about sexual exploitation and keep themselves as safe as possible.

As well as a new and improved site, you’ll also noticed that our Twitter name has changed to @RoseProjectOrg, so if you want to get in touch on social media, make sure you use the new handle when you Tweet or message us.

What has stayed the same?

Though we have a new name, a new site and a new Twitter profile, our core values, goals and message remain the same.

From providing information and advice to young people at risk of sexual exploitation to supporting those already affected through a range different services, we’re here to offer help whenever you need it.

It’s also still really easy to get in touch with us. Simply send an email, drop us a Tweet, go to our Facebook page or call our free, confidential phone line on 0808 800 1037 for support and information.

Now that we have even more resources and a team of dedicated staff and partner organisations, we can offer even more support to young people across the county.

We know that fighting child sexual exploitation and supporting those affected is going to take time, energy and dedication, however, with a great new website, a new name and even more commitment, we hope to achieve great things in 2015.