Volunteering at Ar-Rahmah Trust
Volunteers are the most important resource charity organizations in the charity sector have. The ability to have people who work willingly together for the betterment of the people who are less fortunate and needy across the world is a valuable resource, and something which is highly rewarding in Islam.
Ar-Rahmah Trust was started by a group of volunteers, and volunteers are still considered very much at the heart of what we do. Our volunteers are viewed as Ar-Rahmah Trust’s face in the local community; they are integral in helping the charity raise money to fund and provide vital services to the poor and needy across the world, as well as our boarding schools for Orphans in Pakistan.
Ar-Rahmah Trust’s vision for volunteering is that our volunteers will be at the heart of Ar-Rahmah Trust’s work, and at the heart of every community, so that the number of people living within and beyond where the charity operates from in Birmingham, are informed about the projects and activities that Ar-Rahmah Trust carries out.
Ar-Rahmah Trust is committed to ensuring that volunteers receive the best possible experience whilst volunteering with us, that they will feel fulfilled, valued, and clear about the wide choice of opportunities available so that they can be represented at every level of Ar-Rahmah Trust’s work.
Ar-Rahmah Trust are always looking to expand our database of Volunteers on a regular basis.
Ar-Rahmah Trust recognise and appreciate the value of having dedicated volunteers on board our projects to ensure the logistical operations are carried out effectively. If you want to be part of a successful team and participate in highly rewarding roles, then contact us today
Ar-Rahmah Trust welcomes volunteer applications from all areas of the community. People volunteer with Ar-Rahmah Trust for the widest possible reasons, bringing with them their experience, skills and dedication. Ar-Rahmah Trust respects and very much welcomes the opportunity to utilise this wealth of good will.
*An Induction about the charity will be given in addition to training and development on ‘working with people’ for successful applicants.