Helping people thrive

Newham Giving

Newham Giving is an innovative local giving programme which supports community projects that provide a lifeline to families struggling to provide activities for children and young people during the school holidays.

Why Newham?

30% of the population in Newham is aged under 20 and 2 in every 5 children are considered to be living in poverty so free and low-cost, local school holiday activities are vital for supporting local families in need.

What does Newham Giving support?

Over the past 3 years Newham Giving has been incredibly successful; £221,650 has been awarded to 17 local community groups, engaging 3,145 children and young people.

A variety of activities have been supported from: arts programmes for young carers at Create Arts, a youth-led summer playscheme in the Britannia Village led by West Silvertown Village Community Foundation, mentoring at Lauriston Lights and training young people in mechanical engineering to build and race their own go-karts at Beckton Skills Centre.

How does Newham Giving work?

Newham Giving works by combining donations from donors of all sizes, enabling everyone from large businesses to small-to-medium enterprises, to local residents, to contribute and make a difference.

By working together, we can create a bigger impact on children and young people as well as the wider community than working on our own; every £10,000 raised for Newham Giving supports a further 100 children.

How can I help?

By making a donation you can help improve the lives of young people living in Newham. However much, or often, you are able to give we will ensure that your money directly helps to improve the lives of local people.

Donate Online

Give a one-off or regular donation to Newham Giving today through our secure online card payment facility, Charity Checkout.


Click the Charity Checkout logo to donate or paste this link into your internet browser: 

Donate by Cheque or BACS

Want to give by cheque or BACS? Download our Donation and Gift Aid form and return to Newham Giving, East End Community Foundation, Jack Dash House, 2 Lawn House Close, London, E14 9YQ.

Download your form here.

Please note; cheques should be addressed to ‘East End Community Foundation’. We cannot accept cheques addressed to ‘Newham Giving’.

Fundraise for Newham Giving

Whether you're taking part in a bake sale or running your heart out at a half marathon, you can raise money for Newham Giving and help us support local community projects.

Your sponsors can boost their donation by 25p of Gift Aid for every £1 donated - if you are a UK taxpayer, East End Community Foundation can claim an extra 25% back from the government without it costing you a penny extra. Tick the Gift Aid box to make your gift worth even more to the local community.

Set Up Your Online Fundraising Page

Fundraising for Newham Giving? Set up your fundraising page on Virgin Money Giving today to collect online donations from friends, family and colleagues.

Fundraise for us using Virgin Money Giving

Click the Virgin Money Giving logo to set up your page or paste this link into your internet browser: 

Request a Collection Bucket

If you're collecting cash donations, contact us for a collection bucket to help keep the money you raise safe and secure.

Download your collection bucket request form here.

Sponsorship and Gift Aid Form

Raising money offline? Download our Sponsorship and Gift Aid Form to keep a record of who is supporting you.

Download your sponsorship and gift aid form here.

Paying In Form

Once you have collected in all your donations, download our Paying In Form to send your money to EECF.

Download your paying in form here.

Please do not post cash! Instead, transfer any cash donations collected to us by cheque or BACS. 



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