For a future without poverty
Tel: 020 7392 2953
Have you ever had the perfect job? Has there been one (or a few...) you absolutely hated? Pupils from the Canon Barnett School and Toynbee Hall Well would love to hear all about it.
It’s been a busy summer at Toynbee Hall with plenty of gatherings and opportunities to reflect on this year’s achievements, as well as plan the one ahead.
On the 18th of July Toynbee Hall kicked off the Cockney Heritage Festival in style with their top notch Chewing the Fat event. The Wellbeing Centre opened their doors to welcome people from the local community.
July the 4th saw the end of the Aspire year. All of the hard work and progress culminated in a celebration ceremony held at Toynbee Hall with young people, teachers, volunteers, staff, project partners, family and friends all squeezed in to celebrate the year in style.
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Applications will open online early September and run until late November.
Interested in promoting financial inclusion? Get a University Certificate of Professional Development in London.04.07.13
Designed for people working, paid or voluntary, in agencies and organisations concerned with financial inclusion or financial education in low-income communities, this 5 day course will start on the 20th of September 2013 and will be held at Toynbee Hall.
Toynbee Hall’s advice team have supported more than 70 tenants of the Newlon Fusion housing association since February to overcome the impact of changes to their welfare benefits.
Two young people from the Inspire project say thank you to the organisers and attendees of this year's fantastic Proms
As part of our Barnett100 celebrations, we were delighted to host a panel event on 20 June to debate Canon Barnett’s ideas and legacy. Fifty guests joined our panellists for a lively debate about the ways in which we should be tackling the impact of poverty today.
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