Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning

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Our vision:

Our charity’s vision is to preserve and celebrate our community’s cultural heritage while creating a welcoming and supportive home in the UK. We strive to promote intercultural relationships and understanding, building bridges between communities to create a brighter and more compassionate world.

Our mission:

Our mission as a charity is to empower and mobilize our community in the UK to transform their lives and preserve their cultural heritage. We achieve this by providing community-centred programs and services that meet their socio-economic, intellectual, and cultural needs. We strive to enhance their civic participation and uphold their integrity as a community while contributing to the broader society in the UK.

Our duties:

  • To ensure that the charity complies with its constitution, charities law, and other relevant legislation or regulations
  • To ensure that the charity pursues its charitable objects as defined in the constitution
  • To ensure that the charity applies its resources exclusively in pursuance of its charitable objects.
  • To contribute actively to the trustees’ role in giving firm strategic direction to the charity, setting overall policy, defining goals, setting targets, and evaluating performance against agreed targets
  • To safeguard the reputation and values of the charity
  • To ensure the effective and efficient administration of the charity
  • To ensure the financial stability of the charity and ensure the proper investment of the charity’s funds


  • Each trustee should use any specific knowledge or experience they have to help the board of trustees reach sound decisions. This will involve scrutinising committee papers, leading discussions, focusing on key issues, and providing advice and guidance requested by the trustees on new initiatives, or other issues relevant to the area of the charity’s work in which the trustee has special expertise.
  • Each trustee is expected to commit themselves to serve on at least one of the charity’s sub-committees, task groups or other project teams and to take on an appropriate ‘portfolio’ (area of interest or expertise), in addition to membership in the board of trustees.
  • Each trustee is expected to promote the charity’s values, objectives, and initiatives at all appropriate opportunities.
  • To ensure continuity, persons standing for election to the board of trustees should be prepared to serve for a minimum of three years, subject to being re-elected/re-appointed.
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