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Thanks to Co-op for choosing WFC Hub to benefit from the Co-op Community Fund. Our Chair of Trustees, Joga and Hub team member Lyn receive a cheque at Wood St Co-op. Thanks to Co-op shoppers for choosing us. This incredible donation will help us continue helping local senior citizens

Big thanks to our volunteers, we are so much stronger with you. We are proud to hold the NCVO investing in volunteers accreditation.  Our volunteers help with events; they climbed Mt Snowdon and put on shows to raise money for our charity. THANK YOU ALL

We are very proud of Sonita as she completes 

a half marathon to raise money

for Shelter.  Click here            to read her story.


You can still sponsor her at this link:

We are delighted to report that London Borough of Waltham Forest has registered WF Community Hub as an Asset of Community Value.  We appear on the register at this link

In light of whats happened as a result of the Oxfam scandal, please click on the link below for the NCVO's guidance for charities:

If you are a Coop member, please choose @wfchub as your chosen charity to support. Our cause’s unique link is: 

Waltham Forest Eats Community Calendar 2016

As part of the Hornbeam’s We Love Low Cost Living Campaign to support local people to share, grow and nurture their resources we have contributed two delicious recipes to be included in their Waltham Forest Eats Community Calendar 2016. The calendar consists of 12 low cost, healthy and delicious vegetarian recipes put together by community groups alongside a professional chef, and includes useful tips on how to eat, cook or create a cheap wholesome seasonal meal. We are asking for a £2.00 donation to help support the Village Youth Club that we deliver twice a week. You can pick up a calendar or two at the Waltham Forest Community Hub. Please note that the Calendar does include some non-vegan

Waltham Forest Community Hub closes the year with a bang!

On the 21st December 2015, the Waltham Forest Community Hub held a sit down Christmas lunch party for local Sheltered Housing residents aged 55+ and their carer’s. This was a part of the Senior Citizen's Project, which was initially funded by the Community Development Foundation. Raffle prizes were kindly donated by local residents and businesses. There was a very good number of attendees and we can proudly claim that the party was an overwhelming success! The general consensus was that we had done a mighty fine job in catering for the needs of the people. Amongst the 80 plus strong crowd there were also distinguished guests present, including; Stella Creasy MP, the Mayor of London Borough o

Christmas Lunch

Christmas Lunch at Waltham Forest Community Hub from 12pm on Monday 21st December 2015 . Local residents 55+ welcome. To book a place, please call 020 8223 0707 and ask for Monwara.

Fast 4 Youth

Staff and young people of the the Village Youth Club observed a 10 hour dry fast to raise much needed funds for the Village Youth Club. As well as observing the fast, staff and young people volunteered their time at two local charities, namely, the Walthamstow Toy Library and Branches (a homeless shelter). It was a long tough day but everyone pulled through and had a great day in the process. Fundraising for the Village Youth Club is always continuous and we welcome all donations. If you would like to donate, you can do this by following the link below, this will lead you to our 'Support Us' page. Link

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Waltham Forest Community Hub Ltd., 18a Orford Rd, London E17 9LN

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Charity no. 1118523 | Company no. 5642169 (registered in England and Wales)                                                                   © 2016 Waltham Forest Community Hub Ltd. All rights reserved.

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