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Hope in Haringey gathers local leaders for masterclass from Leadership Author, Jo Owen

Bestselling author of “How to Lead”, Jo Owen dazzled guests with his energetic delivery, outlining his five key points to leadership before signing copies in an exclusive leadership dinner at San Marco Restaurant. By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager  Bringing together leaders from across HiH’s network, Bruce Grove’s San Marco Restaurant saw itself filled with 60Read more

Mentoring team celebrates its volunteers with ‘Mentor Meet Up’ at Victoria Stakes

Hope in Haringey brings together mentors in their first-ever celebration of volunteers at Victoria Stakes in a social and networking evening. By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager Hope in Haringey’s mentor programme took a brief pause in November, taking time to recognise the efforts of its volunteer mentors with a social gathering and networking opportunity atRead more

Hope in Haringey’s Police Engagement Programme collaborates with Black Police Association for Black History Month

In its ongoing commitment to community cohesion, Hope in Haringey brings the Chair of the Black Police Association, Chris Excell to CONEL and Haringey Sixth Form College in two Black History Month education sessions. Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager  Hope in Haringey’s Black History Month commitment for 2022 saw the charity continue its commitment to changingRead more

‘Haringey African Schools Partnership’ announced following Sister System graduation at Tottenham Town Hall

Hope in Haringey and Sister System’s young women in leadership group have been awarded their Level 2 NVQ in Leadership, signing off their training for upcoming roles for the Haringey African Schools Partnership – a precursor to AfroUrban Futures UK’s youth advisory board. By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager In a collaborative programme between Tottenham-based charities,Read more

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

Everybody’s Changing: Hope in Haringey launches with Keane performance at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

July 6th saw Hope in Tottenham begin its long-awaited transition into “Hope in Haringey – rooted in Tottenham” with a blockbuster event at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager Hosting 300 guests from the local Tottenham community, leadership and charity outreach spaces, Hope in Tottenham made its intentions known to support young peopleRead more

Hope in Haringey Director pays tribute to late Queen Elizabeth II

Hope in Haringey – rooted in Tottenham Director, Rev. John Wood MBE remembers Her Majesty in a moving Linkedin post.             By Communications Manager, Omar Alleyne-Lawler Awarded an MBE in 2014 for his work in the Tottenham area following the Mark Duggan Protests and riots, Rev. John Wood MBE remembered the Queen by reflecting onRead more

Hope in Haringey & Sister System’s Women in Leadership Collaboration visit Buggyra Racing at Silverstone

Hope in Haringey and Sister System’s collaboration to develop the next generation of women leadership closed on a high with three upcoming graduates heading to Silverstone to meet Aliyyah and Yasmeen Koloc of Buggyra Racing. By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager Three students studying an NVQ Level 2 qualification in Leadership under a Hope in HaringeyRead more

Hope in Haringey and charitable partners visited by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan

Hope in Haringey and charitable partners were visited by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan. The surprise visit took place at Hale Village, Tottenham, where over 150 of Haringey’s young people were taking a small break from activities being run by Hope in Haringey and partner, ThruLife.   By Omar Alleyne-Lawler, Communications Manager Mayor of London,Read 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

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