Charities Policy 2005
The Club receives daily charity requests from all types of organizations and individuals aiming to raise funds for their cause. In order to ensure the Club delivers a focused, planned and worthwhile charity policy, the Club nominates specific charities to support. We also continue to support charities which we have a long-term relationship with through other bodies and initiatives.
Details of our chosen charities are listed below and if you wish to make a donation please contact us at email@example.com
Nominated Charities 2005
National Charity - Kidscape
Founded in 1985, Kidscape is the only national charity dedicated to preventing bullying. Kidscape runs a range of services including assertiveness courses for bullied children, advice and literature on child safety and behaviour management, a national training programme, a Helpline for parents and a significant amount of online information and comprehensive research.
For more information on Kidscape, visit http://www.kidscape.org.uk/ or call 020 7730 3300
Local Charity — Kith and Kids
Kith and Kids, has over the past 35 years, supported children and young adults with learning disabilities. Their overall aim is to empower families living with disability to overcome their social isolation and access the services they need-some of which the charity provides itself. Based off White Hart Lane in Tottenham, Kith and Kids is a past winner of the Queens Golden Jubilee Award for voluntary service by groups in the community.
Throughout the year Kith and Kids provides a variety of volunteer-supported projects and services, which include social development projects, weekend clubs, a residential summer camp, long term friendship scheme and person centred self-advocacy projects.
For more information on Kith and Kids, visit www.kithandkids.org.uk
Other good causes supported by the Club:
Football Aid — Live the dream
The Club continues to actively support Football Aid — a nationwide initiative run by Clubs up and down the country. Lucky fans can realize their dream by playing a game alongside club legends on White Hart Lane’s hallowed turf.
For more information, please visit www.footballaid.com
The Princes Trust
The FA Premier League and The Club work closely with The Princes Trust, a youth programme which creates new opportunities for 14-30 year olds in need; those who are unemployed or facing barriers in life. This leading youth charity develops confidence, teaches new skills, gets the youth into work and supports worthwhile business start ups.
For more information, please visit www.princes-trust.org.uk
Let’s Kick Racism Out of Football
The Let’s Kick Racism Out of Football campaign was started by the Commission for Racial Equality and the Professional Footballers’ Association in 1993. It is supported by all the game’s governing bodies, supporters’ organisations and local authorities, and works to challenge racism at all levels of the game. Kick It Out is also part of the wider Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) network. The aim of the campaign is to challenge and eradicate racism from all areas and at all levels of the game.
For more information, please visit www.kickitout.org
Show Racism the Red Card
Show Racism the Red Card is an anti-racist charity, which was established in January 1996 with the aim of using Professional footballers as anti-racist role models. Although racism is on the decline in professional football, it is unfortunately on the increase in British and indeed European society. The aim of the campaign is to combat racism through anti-racist education and professional footballers are showing the way in terms of making a stand and fighting racism.
For more information, please visit www.srtrc.org
Additional requests for charity items, signed merchandise, player appearances etc. will be dealt with on an individual basis. Please put your request in writing to Ann Vetere, Charity Co-ordinator, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, Bill Nicholson Way, 748 High Road, Tottenham, London N17 OAP.