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

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

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.  By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager “I want it to be the biggest gathering of young people in any London Borough, ever”, explained Junior SmartRead more