To mark Tottenham Hotspur Foundation reaching the milestone of creating over one million life changing opportunities for people in our communities, we profile some of the people who illustrate the Foundation's commitment to provide the best health, training and educational programmes for all our communities, encourage enterprise and innovation, promote social cohesion and enhance life skills.
Kyle Stewart - Aged 24
Kyle started off as a participant, then volunteer coach, at the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation's first Kickz project on his home estate, Ferry Lane, Tottenham, in 2006.
He has since been instrumental in the success of the Tottenham Hotspur Kickz programme through leading a core group of young people to develop the project and ensure that it has the best impact on the local community it possibly can.
Kyle is now a full-time employee of the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation and is now working on the very same Kickz project he started off at as a participant.
He is now seen as an inspirational role model to many fellow young people from his local community and is also an urban music recording artist.
"Being involved with the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation has been invaluable to my personal development and career opportunities"