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Everybody’s Changing: Hope in Haringey launches with Keane performance at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

July 6th saw Hope in Tottenham begin its long-awaited transition into “Hope in Haringey – rooted in Tottenham” with a blockbuster event at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager Hosting 300 guests from the local Tottenham community, leadership and charity outreach spaces, Hope in Tottenham made its intentions known to support young peopleRead more

HiT and Partners bring children’s author Michael Rosen to North London school

Co-sponsored by Hope in Tottenham, Tottenham University and Literacy Pirates, highly decorated children’s Author, Michael Rosen entertained 250 Lea Valley Academy students in a spellbinding performance.             By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager Recovering from a medically induced coma following his contraction of COVID-19, Michael Rosen was back to his very best, telling jokes and storiesRead more

Blaze and HiT begin charity rebrand with Haringey Sixth Form students

Hope in Tottenham’s professional development project for Media students, which sees professionals work alongside Haringey’s young people began at Haringey Sixth Form today. By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager Aiming to equip the students with relevant skills for future careers in the media, the sessions bring communications agency, Blaze Communications face to face with the MediaRead more

Hope in Tottenham Counselling Programme strengthened by student testimonials

Hope in Tottenham’s borough leading counselling programme received a heartfelt testimonial this month, with a student highlighting how their time in counselling has affected them.  By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager As the spring term draws to a close, Hope in Tottenham’s Counsellors have been reflecting on the successes of their year so far. For oneRead more

Hope in Haringey and charitable partners visited by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan

Hope in Haringey and charitable partners were visited by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan. The surprise visit took place at Hale Village, Tottenham, where over 150 of Haringey’s young people were taking a small break from activities being run by Hope in Haringey and partner, ThruLife.   By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager Mayor of London,Read more

Hope in Haringey and Sister System Launch Female Empowerment Leadership Course

Hope in Haringey, alongside local charity, Sister System, has launched a new project to give young women and girls in Haringey the confidence and skills they need to be the next generation of leaders. In a collaborative project led by Sister System’s Cassandra Campbell and with Hope in Haringey’s Chloe Hedman contributing, the two areRead more

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 path but also left them with insights to help on their coursework. By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager  Currently responsible for 400 officers across Tower Hamlets; Chief Inspector Dominic Nye tookRead 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 to try on riot gear and ask questions to experienced Met Officers, it hopes to shape future career options. By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager Bouncing back from the bank holiday,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 Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager The appointment of Richard Dixon as Arts Projects Officer and Omar Alleyne-Lawler as Communications Manager comes ahead of the charity’s rebranding to Hope in Haringey. TheRead 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 supported with paid internships at the charity and mentorships extending beyond the academic year. By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager. Proposed by Hope in Tottenham, the project would look to developRead more

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