Awards

 
Embracing Opportunity & Harnessing Risk
Charity Governance Awards 2020


                                                                      



In May 2020, MWNUK were pleased to have won  the national Charity Governance Award in the “Embracing Opportunity & Harnessing Risk” category; organised by the Clothworker's Foundation in partnership with  the Clothworker’s Company,  New Philanthropy Capital, Prospectus and Reach Volunteering.   

Our nomination focused on the delivery of all our workshops and training programmes over the years. We were told that “judges were impressed with the way in which the board was able to apply great thought and judgment into where their efforts as a charity should be focused... the board’s vision to effect change was extremely powerful.” 

We are the only charity to have won a Charity Governance Award two years in a row and are honoured by the recognition. Last year we won the £5000 prize for “Improving Impact” (4 – 25 staff category). We would like to wholeheartedly thank all our funders and our partners who have believed in us, shared our vision for change and worked with us to raise awareness of issues and effect change through capacity building & skills training.




Improving Impact
Charity Governance Awards 2019

In May 2019, the Muslim Women's Network UK were thrilled to win the £5000 award for Improving Impact (4-25 Staff) at the Charity Governance Awards. The award, which was also sponsored by the Cloth Workers Company, was collected by our Chair, Nazmin Akthar on behalf of MWNUK. For the first time ever they announced joint winners for this category, we were proud to share the accolade with fellow winners Derry Well Women based in Northern Ireland.

Winning an award is always an honour but to win because our board have been, "demonstrating best-practice in an evidence-based approach to strategic and operational decision making", is simply the best recognition we could have received. In her winner's statement Nazmin thanked all our funders, especially the Joseph Roundtree Charitable Trust who have supported us from the beginning. She said, "the trust and faith placed in us by our funders is what motivates us trustees to strive for excellence and ensure we are truly meeting our charitable aims."




Excellence in Contribution to the Community
Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Awards 2017


In March 2017 the Muslim Women's Network UK were the proud recipients of theExcellence in Contribution to the Community award, presented to us by the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce.  The awards ceremony was hosted by broadcaster Gyles Brandreth and the award was collected by our Outreach Worker Zaheda, on behalf of MWNUK.

The award highlighted the incredible difference that MWNUK has made in advocating for the rights of women and girls in the West Midlands and nationally and really highlighted the importance of making our work known as widely as possible.




 

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