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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Counselling in Haringey schools expands for September

Hope in Tottenham is proud to announce an expansion in HiT Counselling project starting in September. Thanks to a grant from the Haringey NHS CCG...Read more

Hope in Tottenham agrees police engagement programmes with Borough Commander

Deteriorating relationships between the community and police are unacceptable. In response, a series of discussions has been brokered between Tottenham’s teens and the Metropolitan Police...Read more

HiT feels optimistic as ‘Lockdown’ restrictions ease

This week’s update comes from Hope in Tottenham Director Rev John Wood MBE on a new milestone for Counselling. As schools cautiously begin to re-open...Read more

The Willows and Risley Avenue open Hope in Tottenham’s 2019 Schools Festival

The Willows and Risley Avenue celebrate day one of Hope in Tottenham Schools Festival 2019. A police van, six TSG officers and a pair of...Read more

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