West Hackney Parochial Charity West Hackney Parochial CharityWest Hackney Parochial CharityWest Hackney Parochial CharityWest Hackney Parochial CharityWest Hackney Parochial CharityWest Hackney Parochial CharityWest Hackney Parochial CharityWest Hackney Parochial CharityWest Hackney Parochial Charity
 

The West Hackney Parochial Charity

About The West Hackney Parochial Charity
"The West Hackney Parochial Charity" is a Hackney based charity, registered number 208941, which came about as the result of the amalgamation of 32 ancient individual charities, originally set up to benefit the residents of the ecclesiastical Parish of West Hackney. The first legacy was left by Thomas Heron in 1603, The year Queen Elizabeth I died.

 The Charity is managed by a group of Trustees drawn from the local area and administered by The Trust Partnership which acts as the Clerk to The Trustees.

The Charity distributed more than £120,000 to charities, organisations, schools and individuals in the West Hackney area between April 2010 and March 2011.