OLIVE LANTERN TRUSTSpreading Light Across the Horizons

The Messenger of Allah said, 'The believers, in their love, mutual kindness, and close ties, are like one body; when any part complains, the whole body responds to it with wakefulness and fever.' - Muslim

Registered Charity No. 1148821

 

Getting Involved

Your time is the most valuable gift you can give

Olive lantern trust is an ever expanding Charity, who is continuously looking for those individuals with a passion to help and promote the charity to get involved.

Your time is the most precious gift you can give; Volunteering for a cause like this is ever rewarding and in return gives you a satisfaction of a job well done. We offer a huge range of opportunities, whatever skills and experience you have, and there is something for you!

1 OLT Core Volunteers [Min 6 Hours Weekly]

Areas of involvement include: research, fundraising, events, the IT team, media, production and many more. We are looking for confident, motivated individuals. Applicants should be dedicated, committed to the task at hand and must be willing to dedicate a minimum of 6 hours per week of service. They preferably should have some basic insight on the charity.

2 OLT Community Work [Min 3 Hours Weekly]

Whatever skills or experience you possess we would like to hear from you. You should be willing to set aside a minimum of 3 hours per week for OLT’s voluntary work. Applicants will be told to build awareness in their communities either by leaflet distribution or asked to promote merchandise and get feedback from donators.

3 OLT Helpers [Available only with Notice]

 Suitable for those who like to spend their time in pursuit of a great cause, but have a tight schedule.

 We will add you to our database and notify you in advance of upcoming projects that you may be able to help with.

Fill in the Application form and send it to us:

The Olive Foundation

Olive Lantern Trust

Byron Street

Bradford

 

BD3 0AD

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