Hope in Tottenham’s four core programmes of Counselling, Mentoring, Youth and Engagement, strengthen community resilience and cohesion in one of Britain’s most volatile and diverse urban areas. Our staff are predominantly local residents who can lever extensive social capital from a strong volunteer base. We aim to represent excellent value as a perfect social investment opportunity.

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Haringey Learning Partnership Welcome HiT and TSG Officers for Police Engagement Session at Commerce House

October 11th saw Hope In Tottenham along with North Area Schools Officer, Charles Stephenson welcome the Taskforce back to the borough during an engagement visit...Read more

HiT Counselling team strategise future plans on World Mental Health Day

The team met at the West Lodge Park Hotel in Hadley Wood, Barnet to mark World Mental Health Day.  Hope in Tottenham’s school Counsellors operating...Read more

Hope in Tottenham and construction industry Partners to offer work opportunities to CONEL and Waltham Forest students

With over eight construction firms pitching their support, Hope in Tottenham proudly announces the launch of a brand-new work opportunity initiative for CONEL and Waltham...Read more

Haringey Council chief stands ready to support HiT’s Safe Havens collaboration

Following fruitful conversations with Mayor Adam Jogee, Hope in Tottenham met with the head of Haringey Council, Councillor Peray Ahmet to initiate the next stage...Read more

HiT takes its safeguarding responsibilities very seriously. To view our policy and relevant officials that uphold it please click here.