of Amal Trust
The diagram below povides the
internal structure of the organisation.
It consist of a Board of Trustees, a
Board of Patrons and a Youth Wing
called Light of the Youth.
The Amal Trust (Light of the Youth – LOY) is a youth organization established in 1997 to help the wider ethnic minority communities, irrespective of their nationality, race, ethnic origin and religious beliefs, to access educational, social and recreational services that had hitherto been out of reach.
Today in the UK, young people from all backgrounds are faced with many challenges from negative aspects of the society. These include: crime, family breakdown, drugs, poor education, racism, religious discrimination etc. Therefore it is vital that the above issues are addressed appropriately to create a generation of young citizens who will contribute towards the future prosperity of the nation.
Aims and Objectives
The main focus area of Amal Trust is the UK particularly London. To work in close partnership with the statutory, voluntary sector and organization from Europe and other parts of the world involved in this work.
Affiliations and Membership
Amal Trust is an affiliated member of the following organizations; Union of Muslim Organizations UK & E.I.R.E (UMO), Clinks Prison Community Links, London Muslim Coalition (LMC), Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), Federation of European Muslim Youth Student Organisations (FEMYSO), Muslim Safety Forum (MSF), United Against Racism (U.A.R), London Civic Forum (LCF), and Feltham Young Offenders Community Chaplaincy, (IIFSO) the International Islamic Federation of Student organization, Foundering Standards Board (FSB), National Charity, Community Organization (NCVO) and Fundraising Standard Board (FSB) .