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.

We are currently transitioning from Hope in Tottenham to “Hope in Haringey – rooted in Tottenham

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Hope in Haringey’s Police Engagement Programme collaborates with Black Police Association for Black History Month

In its ongoing commitment to community cohesion, Hope in Haringey brings the Chair of the Black Police Association, Chris Excell to CONEL and Haringey Sixth...Read more

‘Haringey African Schools Partnership’ announced following Sister System graduation at Tottenham Town Hall

Hope in Haringey and Sister System’s young women in leadership group have been awarded their Level 2 NVQ in Leadership, signing off their training for...Read more

Hope in Haringey Director pays tribute to late Queen Elizabeth II

Hope in Haringey – rooted in Tottenham Director, Rev. John Wood MBE remembers Her Majesty in a moving Linkedin post.             By Communications Manager, Omar...Read more

Hope in Haringey & Sister System’s Women in Leadership collaboration visit Baggyra Racing at Silverstone

Hope in Haringey and Sister System’s collaboration to develop the next generation of women leadership closed on a high with three upcoming graduates heading to...Read more

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