The Community Development team currently delivers a variety of themed programmes that strategically link with national and local government agendas.
We deliver over 6500 hours of free activities each year, working with over 1500 young people every week across Haringey, Enfield, Waltham Forest and Barnet.
Young people who access these programmes improve their sports skills which helps build their self-esteem and develops positive attitudes. By engaging young people in a range of constructive activities, it creates opportunities for them to get back into education, training or employment and steers them away from potential unemployment or crime.
The success of these programmes comes, as a result of working with a wide range of partners, who help us to develop and deliver creative, innovative and engaging programmes for people from our local communities.
To Care Is To Do, supported by The Supporters Club and Premier League, is designed to engage and inspire looked after children and care leavers within the local community. Find out more>>
E18HTEEN provides one-to-one mentoring support for young people in care or care leavers who are not in education, employment or training.Find out more>>
Tottenham Hotspur Foundation’s Kicks project uses football to break down barriers between young people and the police. Find out more>>
With the strapline ‘Making Your Future’ Tottenham Hotspur Foundation’s Skills project supports vulnerable young people to move away from crime and anti-social behaviour.Find out more>>
Tottenham Hotspur Foundation works with the Mayor of London to deliver a successful football-based youth mentoring programme funded by the Premier League and Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC).Find out more>>
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