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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 of their planned expansion of the Safe Havens Project.   With Mayor Jogee already championing Street Doctors and the SOS Project, phase two of HiT’s commitment to combatting serious youthRead 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 the largest gathering of Youth lifesavers.  “I want it to be the biggest gathering of young people in any London Borough, ever”, explained Junior Smart of the SOS Project. TheRead 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 programme focusing on skills building, teamwork and exercise through Football and Photography. Taking place over two locations, ThruLife sister programme, ThruSport took the reins of a Football and Basketball SummerRead 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 Met’s Mounted Branch met pupils from the Willow Primary and Brook on the Broadwaters schools.   PC Bella and PC Adam brought Police Horses Spitfire (on the left) and KyotoRead more

Hope in Tottenham puts 2021/22 Strategy into action following Youth Summit Call to Action

June 2021 saw the return of Haringey’s Youth Summit, bringing Haringey’s youth face to face with Members of Parliament, Borough-based institutions and key stakeholders and organisations working together to make life better for them. As one of the community stakeholders present at the summit, Hope in Tottenham will be implementing several measures to meet theRead more

HiT Youth Summit 2021 Tackles Mental Health, Youth Crime, Digital Safety and Racial Injustice

Delivered to over 200 students from across eight schools, Government Councillors, Local Officials and Police Officers, the 2021 Hope in Tottenham Haringey Youth Summit picks up where 2019 left off. After a year’s absence, the Hope in Tottenham Youth Summit reconvened online for the 2021 edition. Collaborating with Aseptic Studios and Dragon Egg Media, studentsRead more

Hope in Tottenham builds relationship with CONEL, brokering two industry initiatives for Construction and Marketing Students

In developing ties between Hope in Tottenham and the College of North East London, May saw the rollout of two new initiates supporting students studying Construction and Marketing in the borough. The initiatives, which work within the hybrid learning model educators have relied on this year; aims to connect over 1,300 students across the fourRead more

David Lammy Endorsement opens Hope in Tottenham Mentoring Fundraiser

In a video that opens our 2021 Spring Fundraising campaign, Tottenham MP, David Lammy, thanks HiT, noting that our work is “more necessary than ever before”. Serving over one hundred young people across Tottenham and Haringey, Hope in Tottenham’s Mentoring Programme has developed significantly since 2014. Initially connecting young people with local professionals, today’s MentoringRead more

Hope in Tottenham Pushes on as Restrictions Ease

The month of March marked the return of pupils to face-to-face teaching and the continuation of HiT’s Arts Project and Police Engagement programmes. Meanwhile, Schools Counselling continues. Online Mentor Training with Solutions Focused in Organisations (SFiO) hits new highs.   Hope in Tottenham announced seventeen new mentors in March, each fully trained under the tutelageRead more

Vice President of The Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Adebanji Alade, brings HiT Arts Project Workshop to Commerce House

Hackney-born oil painter, Adebanji Alade, will be an important feature of the 2021 Schools Arts Project rollout, with a highly anticipated visit to Commerce House later today. Hope in Tottenham has been engaged with Commerce House (formerly known as The Octagon Academy) since 2018, when this institution was a top performer in the Schools ArtRead more

NHS CCG Counselling Project Success

NHS CCG Counselling Project ensures Counselling Programme Stability throughout episodes of school turmoil. Current anxiety levels around schools have increased during the third lockdown, making Hope in Tottenham Schools Counselling Project a vital service in the day to day lives of Haringey’s vulnerable young people as well as the parents, carers and staff who supportRead more

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