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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: 

A local market for local people

The traders who saved the day. It’s there every Saturday, come rain or shine, at the Waltham Forest Community Hub, so most of you will be familiar with the E17 Village Market. But what you might not know is that it was saved from closure by a group of local traders who aim to turn it into a worker’s co-operative where a share of the takings will go to keeping it up and running. Read full story....

'There is huge disparity between old and young' - youth group given £100,000 for work in Pri

A YOUTH group which helps teenagers in areas plagued by gang violence has been awarded a grant of £100,000 from BBC Children in Need. Stow Youth in Action, which works with young people in Walthamstow Village and Priory Court in Higham Hill, was set up 11 years ago. The group which operates out of the Waltham Forest Community Hub in Orford Road caters for 11 to 19-year-olds. Manager Monwara Ali said the cash will enable the team to step up their services in areas that need it most. She said: “Our aim is to empower young people and to engage them in sports, art and charity work. “The grant will enable us to increase our services in Priory Court. It is a deprived area and it has a history with

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

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