Hope in Haringey – rooted in Tottenham enhances the lives of local young people between the ages of 4 and 24 through its four core programmes of short-term, early intervention Counselling, employability Mentoring, Youth projects and Police Engagement.

We work to improve Haringey’s community resilience and improve its cohesion despite being one of Britain’s most volatile urban areas.

Our staff are local residents who are experienced in their relative fields and use their extensive social capital to strengthen our volunteer base. This allows Hope in Haringey to deliver low-cost, high-impact activities and services, making us a perfect sponsorship and investment opportunity.

Haringey Youth Summit tackles key issues for 2024

Co-sponsored by the Safer Neighbourhood Board and Bridge Renewal Trust, Hope in Haringey brought the 2024 edition of the Haringey Youth Summit to Dominion Centre,...Read more

When Esther Awovi Akafia came to Tottenham

The Founder and CEO of Pioneers International Academy, Esther Awovi Akafia visited Tottenham last month, visiting local schools, the iconic stadium and seeing the progress...Read more

Hope in Haringey Youth rolls out new boxing and fitness provision

Valued as a ‘way to let our frustration and anger and instil self-confidence’, Hope in Haringey Youth has recruited two England Boxing qualified coaches, Bradley...Read more

Hope in Haringey celebrate Princes Trust mentees

In a small celebration at Waltham Forest College, Hope in Haringey’s mentoring team was on hand to congratulate a cohort of young people taking the...Read more

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