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  • EQUALITIES & INCLUSION PROJECTS

    A fundamental aim at Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is to ensure that all of our projects and programmes are inclusive and provide the appropriate opportunities for young people and adults across our local communities. 

    The Foundation creates innovative partnerships with other people focused organisations that are committed to sharing best practice and working together. We believe that partnership work is the only way that we can enable people of all ages and abilities from all communities to fulfil their potential and live within an inclusive society.  

    We are currently working within Equality and Inclusion partnerships that focus on supporting target groups, namely, people with learning difficulties, disabled people, people who are experiencing mental health conditions and older people. 

    We aim to provide opportunities that enhance people’s development and create life-changing experiences. This is achieved through the role we undertake in actively supporting the equality of opportunity, inclusion and development of people within areas such as sports and physical activity, education and training, transition and volunteering and employment.

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    BILL NICHOLSON BURSARY FUND: 

    The Bill Nicholson Bursary Scheme was created by the family of the late Tottenham Hotspur Manager, Bill Nicholson, to provide opportunities for people within the borough of Haringey to gain football and other sports coaching qualifications.


    Read more on the Bill Nicholson Bursary Fund

    DISABILITY FOOTBALL

    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is proud to announce the creation of our pre-elite impairment specific Centre of Excellence and Player Development Centres, part of the Football Association's National Disability Football Talent Pathway.


    Read more on the Disability Fooball

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    EPPING FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL DISABILITY INCLUSION PROJECT:


    We work in partnership with the Epping Forest Sports and Health Development Team to increase the amount of disabled people taking part in sport across the Epping Forest District.


    Read more on the Epping Forest District Council Disability Inclusion project

    INCLUSIVE AND ACTIVE 2:
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    Inclusive and Active 2 is the sport and physical activity strategy for disabled people in London. Its vision is ‘active disabled Londoners’.


    Read more on the Inclusive and Active 2 project


    PHASE:
     
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    We work with Enfield Residential Care homes to encourage up to 100 older people to take part in exercise classes and promote social interaction through a range of social events and activities.


    Read more on the Phase project



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    SPORTS M.A.T.E (MENTORING ACCESS TRAINING EQUALITY): 

    The programme enables 100 disabled people to access a sports clubs and leisure activity of their choice, across the PRO-ACTIVE North London area. 


    Read more on the Sports M.A.T.E project



    TRANSITION HELP FOR COMMUNITIES: 

    We work with young disabled people to help them with the transition process from school into further education, work or volunteering. The group is based at various venues in Enfield. 


    Read more on the Transition Help for Communities project

    unified projectUNIFIED PROJECT:

    We provide regular and sustainable football opportunities for athletes both with and without learning disabilities to take part in football together, focusing on matching ability levels through Special Olympics Unified Football. 


    Read more on the Unified project