Live or work in Hackney, Newham or Tower Hamlets? Could you answer 5 questions about your community?

By completing our survey you can enter a prize draw to win a £1,000 grant made by EECF to a local organisation of your choice.


Please help us by completing our short survey and passing the link onto anyone else you know in the East End. There are only 5 questions to answer and it should take between 5-10 minutes to complete. All eligible completed surveys will be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win a £1,000 grant that EECF will award to a local organisation of your choice!

We want to find out what you think about local issues and what is important to you. Anyone who lives or works in Tower Hamlets, Hackney or Newham can help us by sharing their views – family, friends, neighbours, colleagues, clients, service users or volunteers.

You can also download PDF copies of the survey on our website


East End Community Foundation (EECF) has been working in London's East End for the past 26 years. We provide funding to local community groups and voluntary organisations to improve people's opportunities related to employment, education and social cohesion.

To make sure we meet the needs of our community we want to hear from you about what is important.

Vital Signs is a report about the East End. It uses statistics and local people’s opinions to tell EECF what is happening in our community. The report gives us a ‘health check’ on the East End, it tells us what is going well and where more work needs to be done. EECF uses this report find out what areas of work need our support and how best to fund local organisations delivering important services.

You can download earlier reports on our website


We use what you tell us to write our Vital Signs report which highlights key issues that need to be addressed in the East End. Vital Signs will be released in October 2017 and we share this with local businesses, Councils and the local community to let people know how the East End is doing.

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