Want to be a part of People in Harmony but don’t have time join the board?
Here are some ways that you can help the organisation:
Do you support our aims and objectives?
Have a personal interest in mixed race matters with a passion for social justice?
Join our volunteer group!
We use virtual office and are currently holding online meetings and events via ZOOM
When our venue based meetings and events are being organised and taking place we can always use more help.
Please check out some of the roles here and fill in our volunteer application
Don’t have time to be part of the group but still want to help at an event?
Please contact us if you’re interested – we always need active volunteers on the day of an event.
- PIH is 100% volunteer run and every £££ will help us ensure that events are organised, magazines published, continued support
Click here to donate.
Events Organiser / Fundraiser
People in Harmony (PIH)is the UK mixed race charity for mixed race people, families and couples. The charity has been providing information and support for nearly 50 years to members, researchers and the public. PIH continue to grow as and evolve in response to shifting perceptions of mixed race
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There are some vacancies on the board of trustees for people willing to spend a few hours a week working from home, and participate in the 5/6 committee meetings held every year. These had been taking place in central London on a Saturdays afternoon and are currently being held online. Reasonable out of pocket expenses can be paid.
Download a trustee information pack
Our web site could benefit from someone to manage content on it or develop it, or simply from content to put on it.
- Have you the time and expertise to manage/update our web site?
- Have you some photos and a story to tell?
- Would you like to have some information about you/your family put on the web?
We are looking to update information on racism and mixed race for members, parents, students.and the general public.
If you are interested in sourcing and collating information on relevant organisations, papers, research, books, films, plays and social media we’d like to hear from you. Do get in touch with us for further information