Toynbee Hall was created in 1884 as a public place for future leaders to live/work as volunteers in London’s East End.
Toynbee Hall was created in 1884 with a vision to create a public place for future leaders to live and work as volunteers in London’s East End, bringing them face to face with poverty, and giving them the opportunity to develop practical solutions that they could take with them to national life. The charity continues this work today, along with wide ranging front-line service delivery. The Grade II listed Hall and other buildings need to be repaired and restored to make the site fit for purpose in the 21st century. HLF have confirmed a Round 2 grant of £1.7m towards the redevelopment.
PRT have been asked to assist with advice on the governance structure for the redevelopment and the development and fundraising strategy. They ran a Governance workshop for the senior executive team and trustees in June 2015, which included advice and encouraged dialogue on a broad range of governance issues, particularly focussed on a skills audit and identification of structures and reporting mechanisms for the delivery of the capital works and will host a fundraising workshop for the team in September.
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