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Over £15,000 was raised for Tottenham Hotspur Community in a special auction at our Official Club Dinner.

Over £15,000 was raised for Tottenham Hotspur Community in a special auction at our Official Club Dinner.

Lot One - a special VIP day on matchday at White Hart Lane - raised the most and went to Jason Evans, pictured with Michael Dawson.

Lot Two - a signed pair of Edgar Davids' boots - went to Wendy Pride of European Telecoms.

Lot Three - dinner with our Sporting Director Damien Comolli - went to Richard Schneiderman.

Lot Four - a picture with our six England internationals Paul Robinson, Ledley King, Anthony Gardner, Jermaine Jenas, Michael Carrick and Jermain Defoe - went to JG Hickey.

Lot Five - a VIP day at BAR Honda's operations and a signed Jensen Button cap - went to Anthony Verrier of Tulett Probon.

The Club would like to thank everyone that got involved in the bidding to raise money for our Community Programme.

Established six years ago, the scheme is a not-for-profit programme which strives to create unique opportunities for young people from all parts of the community


Currently, Tottenham Hotspur Community is active in 75 schools in Haringey, Enfield, North London, Herts and Essex during term time, delivering approximately 310,000 Community Coaching places.

We aim to provide access to appropriate facilities and qualified coaching to give all young people, boys and girls, the chance to fulfil their potential. In each school holiday, coaching courses are offered in a wide variety of venues including White Hart Lane, local leisure centres and schools. The holiday sessions run in 19 venues, seeing approximately 34,000 daily attendees.

In addition to our coaching activities, we deliver projects that maximise football's potential to raise educational standards and tackle youth crime. We have also been able to implement a more inclusive curriculum through increased access to and participation in football for the disabled. This has been achieved through development programmes for the deaf/hearing impaired, the visually impaired, those with cerebral palsy, wheelchair users and those mental health and learning difficulties.

For more information on Tottenham Hotspur Community, visit, email or call 0870 420 5000.