First of all, on behalf of the entire team we would like to thank you for taking the time to visit our site and become familiar with Mercy Worldwide Trust
Poverty affects everything. The three most common aspects of society that is affected by poverty are human needs, class and lifestyle, at MWT together we believe we can effect real, positive changes to the lives of people.
With this mind a group of like-minded people established MW Trust in the UK Registration Number 1122046 and 7 years on we have carved a niche working in Disaster and Conflict affected areas.
MW Trust also registered in Pakistan as an NGO in late 2010, Registration Number 2163/614.
Our core team is made up of a diverse set of volunteers, who combine experience from the first world to grass roots understanding of developing nations and cultural sensitivities – it’s with this set of skills that MW Trust has been effective in areas where mainstream charities may not have access.
Mercy Worldwide Trust works across religious, social and ethnic lines and it’s precisely our teams cultural diversity which has allowed us to provide aid to minorities which may have been neglected.
We have and always will strive to adhere to our mission statement,
“We strive to help orphans, widows and the most in need around the world, irrespective of creed, caste, colour or political affiliation. To collect and distribute funds in an ethical, transparent and completely accountable manner, with a philosophy of empowerment, for it is only then that a long lasting solution to poverty can be found.
With so many people in need globally, the task of providing humanitarian relief is daunting. But, like a small pebble thrown into a large pond, the ripples can still reach the shore.
We deliver the mission and values of the charity as a team, underpinning our work with a set of agreed core values, which define Mercy Worldwide :
- Equality for all
- Accountable & Transparent
Our structure over the years has been response based disaster relief; we believe that operating in this way has been the most effective use of our time and resources.
Some examples range from – cycling for a local community centre to donating blankets for Syrian refugees in camps, each effort brings its own challenges be it logistical or fundraising.
For all our previous work please follow link to the News section