JAN Trust's recent award win of 'Small Charity Big Achiever' from the Third Sector Awards 2013 was covered by a range of press.
Two newspaper articles can be viewed by clicking the below links:
JAN Trust's recent award win from the Centre of Social Justice 2013 was covered by a range of press including the Spectator Magazine and newspapers.
The articles can be viewed by clicking the below links:
Our Director, Sajda Mughal, recently featured in The Daily Telegraph Newspaper speaking about her experience as a 7th July 2005 London bombings survivor as well as her work with JAN Trust and the need to empower mothers to safeguard their children and society. She also spoke about the rise of Islamophobia in the UK.
The full article can be read here and the pod cast can be heard here: CLICK HERE
On Thursday 7th, JAN Trust won the Centre of Social Justice Award 2013 at the prestigious think-tank’s ninth annual award ceremony, held at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London.
The awards recognise grass-roots charities and voluntary organisations from across the UK that are effectively working towards combatting poverty. More than 350 people attended the awards including Neil Morrissey, Esther Rantzen CBE and Davina McCall. The evening ended with a speech by the Rt. Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP, Founder and Patron of the CSJ.
The award was presented to JAN Trust by the famous hair stylist John Frieda.
Sajda Mughal, Projects Director of JAN Trust said about the award:
“We are honoured to have won the Centre of Social Justice Award 2013. For over twenty years we have worked with over 50,000 women. With an increased recognition of their needs, we hope that our work will continue with even greater pace and effectiveness”