For a future without poverty
Tel: 020 7392 2953
Please only use these contacts if you are looking to use our services – for other enquiries please go here.
Please Note: Toynbee Hall does not accept unsolicited sales calls. If you seeking help or advice please contact the relevant service below.
To access our advice services you will need to drop in for an Initial Assessment interview
For an Initial Assessment interview please drop in to our advice centre Monday to Friday (10:00am - 4:00pm, please note that we are closed between 1:00pm and 2:00pm for lunch) or email email@example.com.
Call 020 7392 2953 (Monday - Friday, 9am to 5pm)
to book an appointment to see a debt adviser or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FLAC@toynbeehall.org.uk or drop in to our Advice Centre to arrange an Initial Assessment interview.
If you have already had an appointment and have an ongoing issues please call: 020 7392 2978.
Welfare benefits advice to people with a diagnosis of cancer
Call 020 7392 2958 (this services does not require an Initial Assessment interview)
If you live in the City of London Square Mile call 020 7392 2919
If you work in the City of London Square Mile call 020 3475 5080
Alternatively you can email email@example.com.
call 020 7392 2922 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Call 079 6190 2956, or email email@example.com
For Data & Information Services (Monitoring & Evaluation, Information Systems and Research) – firstname.lastname@example.org – 020 3922932
For HR & Recruitment - email@example.com
For Finance (Payment queries should be made directly to the organisational contact) – Finance@toynbeehall.org.uk
For Fundraising, call 020 7392 2949 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Press and Communications
For media information and enquiries please contact David Allsey on: 020 7392 2937 or e-mail
PLEASE NOTE: Toynbee Hall under no circumstances accepts unsolicited sales calls. Our contact lines are often used by those in need and any sales representatives obstructing our service users through using these numbers would never be considered an appropriate supplier.