EAST END COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
EECF exists and operates for the public benefit. Through its grant making and coordination of charitable giving locally it works to reduce inequality and reduce poverty within its geographical remit. Its formal objective is to promote the relief of poverty and sickness of persons within the London Boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Hackney, Newham and City of London.
To drive philanthropy and charitable giving that responds to community needs and aspirations in East London, both now and in the future.
A philanthropic East End free of poverty.
Social needs in the East End are broad ranging and often higher than the London or national average. Our grant making is diverse but we prioritise quality funding requests that focus on:
To drive philanthropy and charitable giving that responds to our community’s needs and aspirations, both now and in the future, which we do by using our extensive local expertise and networks to:
CORONAVIRUS APPEAL: EAST END EMERGENCY FUND
EECF is committed to supporting the local community and in March 2020 launched the East End Emergency Fund in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, to help keep the most vulnerable people in the community safe and well.
Funds from this appeal are supporting local community groups and projects working to help the most needy and vulnerable during this crisis across Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham.