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 Council chief stands ready to support HiT’s Save Havens collaboration

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

HiT and Partners share Plan for Action with Haringey Mayor

In a meeting brokered by Hope in Tottenham, the SOS Project’s Junior Smart, Street Doctors, and the Mayor of Haringey, have unveiled early plans for...Read more

Hope in Tottenham supports ThruLife’s Sport and Photography week at Ferry Lane

Under the leadership of HiT’s Volunteer Youth Consultant, Richard Allicock and with support from new Youth Manager, Andrew Boateng, ThruLife led a weeklong sports engagement...Read more

Police Engagement Programme sees the Met’s Mounted Branch greet primary school students at Broadwater Farm

Hope in Tottenham scores another roaring success with the ongoing Police Engagement Programme with Haringey’s schools. In an event taking place on Broadwater Farm, the...Read more

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