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What We Do



    The Community Development team currently deliver 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 help build their self-esteem and develop positive attitudes. By engaging young people in a range of constructive activities, it creates opportunities to get back to education, training and employment and steers away from potential unemployment. 

    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 and projects for people from our local communities.

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    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation's new OnSide project is looking for passionate, inspiring and enthusiastic individuals to empower vulnerable young people aged 10 - 16.

    Read more on the OnSide project

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    With the strapline 'Making your Future', Skills offers a comprehensive sport and education programme to young people from Haringey aged 12-19 years.

    Read more on the Skills project


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    The E18HTEEN project involves Tottenham Hotspur and England striker Jermain Defoe as an active ambassador, positive role model and mentor over a two year period to 160 young people aged 16 – 19 years who are either in care or are care leavers. 

    Read more on the E18HTEEN project

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    Kickz, a nationwide programme, sees us work with local police forces within the London Boroughs of Barnet, Waltham Forest, Haringey and Enfield, to engage with young people in some of the most disadvantaged communities.

    Read more on the Kickz project