With its immediate future now secure, the charity refocuses efforts towards helping the community which helped them.  

By Omar Alleyne-Lawer, Communications Officer

Hope in Tottenham is proud and thankful to announce that its latest round of community funding raised over £10,000 by spring 2020.

Aiming to make HiT sustainable for the immediate future, the Autumn Appeal was an effort to bolster central costs and re-appropriate funds for existing community projects. With the initial funding goal met, the charity finds its community projects re-energised.

With much of the funding coming from the associates and friends of HiT, the charity finds itself reaffirmed in the hearts of the community moving into the new year.

These funds came alongside some internal restructuring at Hope in Tottenham which included moving to a new, smaller office and the reduction of central costs.

“These decisions enable us to be more efficient and sustainable for the future.” said HiT Director Rev. John Wood MBE.

If you would like to support the appeal please contact director@hopeinharingey.com so we can send you a Gift Aid form and details of our bank account.