This is our document page with resources for branches.
It includes our policies as well as annual report forms and information from Trustee and council meetings and Sharing day
Latest Council Meeting Summary (March)
Published: March 2023
We hold our Council meetings twice a year. We reflect on what we have done and what else we need to do
Latest Diocesan News
Published: March 2023
The Diocesan news is published 3 times a year. We share our news
Published: June 2020
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. This explains how the Carlisle Diocese Mothers’ Union protects your data.
Safeguarding our members and those we work with and support is very important to the Carlisle Diocese Mothers Union (CDMU). Previously we came under our parish church policies. In future we will undertake MU based DBS checks and safeguarding training. Safeguarding is on every CDMU council and Trustee agenda. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Published: October 2020
We are in the process of simplifying how we organise ourselves so we are working with our National body to update our constitution.
Published: 30 July 2022
Every year each branch tells us what they have been doing and who they have been supporting. These are called returns. You can find details of last years returns here.
Annual Return Forms
These are returned by branches at the start or each New Year.
If you have any queries about how to complete these please contact the secretary on email@example.com
Explains how we use the members subscriptions. For any queries please contact the treasurer on firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a Mothers' Day
The annual fund raising event
Learn about this year’s project read the stories of the people positively impacted by your giving.
Supporting projects in South Sudan
See how the £106,000 was spent to benefit some of the most disadvantaged women in South Sudan
FInd out what your Mothers' Union is doing in UK and abroad
Each year, across the world, Mothers’ Union members work tirelessly to improve the quality of life for those around them. MU identifies community needs at local level and form projects to address these.