C3SC Board Members

The C3SC Board of Trustees have legal responsibility for its overall management and decision making. Board Members are responsible for the direction and performance of C3SC, delegating duties and responsibilities to deliver C3SC’s work to staff.

paul keeping co opted as a trustee of c3sc

I’ve really enjoyed my time as a C3SC trustee so far, getting to know the staff team and volunteers, and starting to map out some ideas with the trustee board on how we can best support the organisation and its members.

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Mohammed Ali

Treasurer

I strongly feel the need to support Charitable Organisations. Having robust and professional charitable organisations is essential for effective service delivery much needed by our communities.

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The third sector in Cardiff attracts individuals who are committed to their goal, so much so that they provide their support voluntarily. My aim is to help those volunteers promote their ambitions by sharing lessons learnt and my experiences of the commercial world.”

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My primary objective as a trustee is to use my experience and qualifications to support the rich, varied voluntary sector in Cardiff to grow and be sustainable in delivering services to local residents and causes.

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I currently work for Ethnic Minorities and Youth Support Team Wales (EYST Wales) in a research and policy role on the All Wales BAME Engagement Programme.

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With the introduction of the new Social Services and Wellbeing (Wales) Act 2014 and the launch of the Early Help Strategy, I believe the third sector’s role in providing vital services will be an invaluable resource to all, whilst working in partnership with other agencies.

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I am always keen to give back to the local community and to help those less fortunate or unable to access the opportunities in life that I have had.

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I see C3SC’s role as the key enabler for developing the third sector within Cardiff – helping and supporting its members to deliver projects and services, and acting as a key conduit between members and statutory services, funders and parts of the private sector.

Managing your organisation can be complex and challenging. The right support can help prevent challenges turning into a crisis.

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