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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Chief Inspector Dominic Nye assists Waltham Forest College Public Service students

Putting the 22-year veteran of the Metropolitan Police in the classroom not only helped to better inform the Public Service students of a potential career...Read more

TSG Educate Public Service students at Waltham Forest College

In the first of a two-part Police Engagement Day with Waltham Forest College, TSG Officers hosted Public Service Students in an engaging group session. Getting...Read more

Hope in Tottenham welcomes increased capacity with new appointments ahead of rebrand

Hope in Tottenham announces two new employee contracts to their Arts Projects team and Communications Team respectively ahead of a July 6th rebrand launch. By...Read more

Hope in Tottenham open talks with Haringey Sixth Form on professional development project for Media students

The proposed project looks to connect the college’s Media and Creative Industry students with professional work experience and development opportunities. These opportunities would also be...Read more

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