About Waltham Forest Hub
Social Spider CIC, the publishers of Waltham Forest Echo, have created this online hub to help community groups, social enterprises and charities in the borough connect with local people at this time of social distancing. Our aims are to:
- Enable local charities and community groups to promote their services and activities online
- Help local people to find basic information about local organisations - and to connect to local services and activities
- Promote and supports community action
- We have created an interactive map that can easily be filled in by local charities. Just click here. The map is freely available so that local people can find charities in their area and charities can advertise their mission and connect with volunteers. The more detailed information we collect, the better the map will be for local people wanting to know more about what is going on in their local area.
We hope that the hub will also help community groups to connect with each other. Please share widely and do let us know if you have any feedback by emailing [email protected] .
WFWellComm Community Interest Company is a consortium social enterprise
owned by Social Spider CIC, Community Transport Waltham Forest and HEET.
The organisation is the owners of Waltham Forest Echo newspaper and is the building manager for Waltham Forest Resource Hub (Central) at 1 Russell Road in the Bakers Arms area - between Walthamstow and Leyton (see below).
This project was generously supported by The National Lottery Community Fund Covid-19 response funding.
Waltham Forest Resource Hub (Central):
The Resource Hub at 1 Russell Road has 10 tenants - local charities and community organisations who rent office space and provide services within the building - and also has meeting rooms (1 large and 1 small) rented by both tenants and other locally-based organisations to hold meetings. If you are interested in hiring meeting space or rent an office when one becomes available, email [email protected] for more information.