Trustees/Directors of SaltMalawi

SaltMalawi has four directors who are also trustees. They are all committed Christians who share the vision of the Malawian Disciples of Jesus Church.

They are:

Brian Donner
Brian maintains the prayer support data-base and circulates prayer requests to churches and individuals who subscribe to that data-base. He is a retired church pastor, member of the PCC and preaching team at St Lawrence’s Church Skellingthorpe in Lincoln. Brian, together with his wife Linda, has visited the work in Malawi a number of times over the years, staying with Julian and Caroline and working with John and the team in the villages.
Malcolm Franks
Malcolm (Chair of Trustees) is a retired businessman, married with 3 sons and 6 grandchildren. He brings experience of business and charities governance in the UK and internationally.
Evan Winter
  Evan previously worked with Global Connections and Agapé including spending 6 years in Malawi and 4 in S Africa. He is now semi-retired with involvement in a number of missions and his church. Despite not particularly enjoying policy development, this is one of the main roles he has undertaken with Salt Malawi. He is married to Clare, has 2 grown up and married children and 2 grandchildren.  
Stephen Dorey
Steve is a member of Gloucester Community Church and is married with four sons and seven grandchildren (so far). He is a stock photographer and has been to visit Julian and Caroline in Malawi twice. Steve is responsible for distributing the SaltMalawi newsletter.


SaltMalawi is actively searching to recruit trustees. We are open to approaches from committed Christians who could share our passion for God’s work in Malawi. If you want to help the Church to flourish and to see social justice done in Malawi, consider applying to join us. We are conscious of our need to increase diversity. We seek to add relevant skills and experience.