Category: News

Young people participating in When We Speak

The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2020: raising funds for Toynbee Hall’s youth programmes

This week Toynbee Hall is aiming to raise £22,000 through The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2020 to support our work with young people in East London. The Big Give Christmas Challenge is a match-funding challenge where any donation towards our youth project between 1st December and 8th December will be DOUBLED at no extra cost…
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Toynbee Hall wins NLA Award

Toynbee Hall Estate & London Square Spitalfields win the NLA Award

Our estate won the Mixing Prize for best Mixed-Use Charity Estate Regeneration We are delighted to have won the NLAwards20 Mixing Prize for best Mixed-Use Charity Estate Regeneration. Thank you to NLA London, all our partners and funders and congratulations to P5 Architects, Richard Griffiths Architects and our whole redevelopment team for bringing our ambitions…
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Toynbee Hall secures funding to help support local people through the Covid-19 pandemic

A grant of £58,000 has been awarded through the Covid-19 Community-Led Organisations Recovery Scheme (CCLORS)

Debt Free London Impact Report

Read Debt Free London’s new Impact Report: Tackling debt in a time of crisis

The latest Impact Report from Debt Free London, London’s debt advice partnership, reveals the extent of problem debt across London

Are you a landlord that rents out property in East London?

Are you a landlord that rents out property in East London?

Invitation to join a sharing workshop on Thursday 26th November 2020, 6.00-7.30pm

Web Development EOI

Web Development/Design invitation to submit expression of interest

We are looking to commission someone to test, and embed new functionality into our Wordpress site

Joe Hunte- Community Activist

Black History Month: Honouring Toynbee Hall’s forgotten Black activists – Joe Hunte (1918-1983)

Joseph Hunte was a community activist who fought to improve the lives of people of colour in London. Toynbee Hall has a long and proud history of striving for and achieving positive social change for the people of East London and beyond. Since we were founded in 1884, many individuals and organisations have passed through…
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Somali Counselling Project

Black History Month: Honouring Toynbee Hall’s forgotten Black activists – Dr. Omar Elmi Dihod (1949 – 2016)

Dr. Omar Elmi Dihod established the Somali Counselling Project at Toynbee Hall in 1986 Toynbee Hall has a long and proud history of striving for and achieving positive social change for the people of East London and beyond. Since we were founded in 1884, many individuals and organisations have passed through our doors and made…
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Benjamin Boateng

Black History Month: Honouring Toynbee Hall’s forgotten Black activists – Benjamin Boateng

Founder of the Commonwealth Students Children’s Society Toynbee Hall has a long and proud history of striving for and achieving positive social change for the people of East London and beyond. Since we were founded in 1884, many individuals and organisations have passed through our doors and made invaluable contributions to the community. To mark…
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Pandemic Stories: Challenging poverty in London

Friday 16th October – Pandemic Stories: Challenging Poverty in London (Online Event)

As part of London Challenge Poverty week, Toynbee Hall is hosting an event to discuss early findings and recommendations from our Pandemic Stories research project. Pandemic Stories is a Participatory Action Research Project run by Toynbee Hall investigating the disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 crisis on Londoners who experience systemic disadvantage. It is a collaboration…
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