ELBA, the leading social regeneration charity in east London.
ELBA facilitates corporate investment from over 100 companies – including UBS, Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland, Linklaters and Aviva – into community programmes spanning the Host boroughs of east London. ELBA manages the London Legacy 2020 programme which has been designed to secure a lasting legacy from the 2012 Games for east London communities, through projects that cover skills and employability, sport participation and culture.
A registered charity, ELBA has over 20 years of experience in enabling successful partnerships between business and the community. In the last year, ELBA helped place over 700 people into work in east London through its award-winning employment programme, delivered over 14,000 business volunteers into the community, and worked with over 500 local organisations in east London.
Their mission is to create possibilities to bring about positive change in east London by channeling the wide-reaching resources and influence of the private sector to address key areas of need.
What ELBA does
It’s hard delivering quality corporate community investment programmes these days – money’s tight and priorities are changing. However, in times of budget cuts it’s even more crucial to strengthen your return on investment and ensure you’re directing your resources where they’re needed most.
ELBA understand the needs of east London and how companies can best channel their resources and influence to make an impact, playing their part in the regeneration solutions for the area. In a nutshell, ELBA is a membership organisation that exists to bring about positive change in east London, connecting the public, private and voluntary sectors and empowering them to create exciting possibilities. ELBA aims to help its corporate partners innovate, collaborate and think differently about how they give back. The results are often diverse, innovative with a hugely positive impact on the community.
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