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Good Things Foundation: Financial Support and Employability Survey

Source By: J P Morgan Chase Foundation Research

Good Things Foundation, the national charity for digital inclusion, is doing research for JP Morgan Chase Foundation. We are interested in how people in East London (Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets) get support for work, financial capability and digital inclusion. 


Good Things Foundation and SCVO (in Scotland) are working together to better understand how a range of organisations are helping clients and beneficiaries to use digital technology as part of their work. 

We are particularly interested in how technology is currently used to help people who want to:
  • Make the most of their money
  • Find a job or progress in work
Each of these goals might be reached through particular kinds of help, informal support, referrals, or courses that help people to learn in a more structured way. 

We have already done a lot of work to understand the different activities that can help people to achieve each of these goals. This survey is designed to add to our knowledge and test our understanding of how this works in practice.

We appreciate the time that you take to complete this survey (it should take you no more than five minutes). 

Good Things Foundation has a formal partnership with Save the Children. This year so far we have raised almost £2k to support their work.  For each survey returned we will donate £1.

The results of this survey will be fed into a research report to be shared with key stakeholders and potential funders in Spring 2020.

Office space to rent in Hackney CVS newly refurbished building

Newly refurbished office space to rent from early 2019

Hackney CVS will have rooms and offices available for rent, including rooms suitable for 2, 4, 5 and 6 people on the ground floor and room upstairs for 6-8 people.

Hackney CVS can offer you and your staff free UK phone calls, a concierge service and use of their existing IT infrastructure (including internet and Wi-Fi). Access to confidential meeting space is also available at no extra cost, and larger rooms are available for rent for the training sessions, meetings and events you hold; as well as daytime, these spaces are also available in the evenings and at weekends.

The building also benefits from an attractive garden, maintained by a local organisation.

Hackney CVS can arrange wall space for your organisation’s logo to be displayed at the entrance. Flexible terms and competitive packages are available for this fully serviced office space.

Join us in the heart of Dalston and see for yourself the advantages of being located with Hackney CVS.

If you would like to find out more, please contact the Operations Director Paul Conway, or ring Paul on 020 7923 1962.

FREE Energy Saving Training

Source By: Citizens Advice Hackney

Workshop presentation on Energy Saving for frontline staff which could save both staff and clients’ money. The funding is until 31/03/19. 

Your staff can show users how to save money when users are approached if they are having financial difficulties. If staff bring their bills with them, we can also demonstrate this by giving live examples.

FREE until 31 March 2019

Workshop on Energy Saving for  staff From Citizens Advice—Hackney


Mr Rashid Seedat - 020 8525 6370 or email

Citizen-Led Engagement Programme

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This year we are once again inviting community groups to apply for grant funding to facilitate their own community-led research projects, in collaboration with the Greater London Authority (GLA).

The Mayor’s Community Engagement team launched the Citizen-Led Engagement Programme in 2017/18 to begin to address inequalities. The programme commissioned six community-based projects and delivered a tailored learning programme.

The Mayor is committed to making the capital a city for all Londoners, where every community can thrive. He is committed to making London fairer and more inclusive, and to encouraging active citizenship. 

This will only be possible in collaboration with London’s communities. We know there are some communities in London that have not historically engaged with City Hall and this has led to a gap in the GLA’s insight and relationships with these communities.

The aim of the programme is to: 

  • strengthen connections and engagement with communities whose voice and influence on public policy is under-represented
  • improve insights into communities who do not currently have a voice in City Hall
  • identify and develop community leaders within community groups and support capacity building within these groups
  • generate valuable insight to inform policy and practice in City Hall
  • build on the learnings from the pilot round of the Citizen-Led Programme, as a way of engaging communities and groups in the work of the GLA

Click here for more information-

Fighting precarious housing Consultation

Source By: Law for

Sign up here to participate to Law for Life's consultation and inform the development of our project addressed to community organisations who work directly with people experiencing housing problems. The consultation will entail an online survey and, for those who are available, a short interview.

Click here for the consultation-

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