Al-Mizan Charitable Trust is a Muslim grant-funder which supports disadvantaged people and deprived communities across the UK, regardless of their faith or cultural background.

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Recruiting Trustees

Would you like to become happier, learn new skills, boost your confidence and develop your leadership abilities? According to a survey by Getting On Board, all of these can be achieved by becoming a Trustee of a charity.

Fortunately, Al-Mizan Charitable Trust is looking to appoint up to three new Trustees to its Board, including a Secretary and Treasurer.

Al-Mizan Charitable Trust supports people living in poverty across the UK, regardless of their faith or cultural background. Although Britain is seen as a wealthy country, one in five people live below the official poverty line and struggle with the rising costs of living.

The Trust provides small grants, which help with the costs of education and training, employment and enterprise, household items, medical and mobility, and subsistence. The Trust also distributes Food Parcels, Back to School Backpacks, Winter Warmer Packs, and Mother & Baby Kits.

As a Trustee, you will be responsible for developing the long-term strategy of the organisation and ensuring that the work of the organisation fulfills its vision, mission and values. In particular, we are looking for people with experience in fundraising, programme development, monitoring and evaluation, and business development.

This is a valuable opportunity for someone who wants to gain professional experience, give back to the community and play an active role in the fight against poverty in the UK.

For a full job description of the Trustee role, click here

To apply for the role, please send a CV, Covering Letter and Equal Opportunities Form by email to Mohamed Mishal, the Chair of the Board, on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

There is no deadline for this opportunity and interviews will take place at your convenience. 

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