Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is a registered charity and is the community arm of Premier League football club, Tottenham Hotspur. The Club, through the Foundation, seeks to use the power and attraction of football to reach into its local communities to provide opportunities that can transform their lives, especially for children and young people. The Foundation is driven by a passion to contribute to making a positive difference to and in an area where in spite of the significant socio-economic challenges there is a vibrancy and richness of talent and no short of ambition. The Foundation harnesses and builds on this through a range of projects and initiatives that will achieve and sustain the desired impacts and outcomes. It does this by utilising its unique relationship with the Club to deliver services and to co-invest with like-minded partners from the private, not-for-profit and public sectors, to achieve the public benefit that is integral to our status as a charity.
The Foundation is based at the recently restored 18th century Percy House in Tottenham High Road and is part of the Club’s new stadium complex. Percy House is a grade II* listed building. It is recognised as being of high heritage significance and national importance. Percy House is a hub for enterprise, skills and training, creating sustainable, long-term education and employment opportunities for local people. The Heritage Lottery Fund funds the Percy House Heritage Project. It aims to engage the community in its heritage values and significances as supported by Haringey Council and Historic England. Tottenham Hotspur Foundation welcomes applications from anyone regardless of age, disability, race, colour, ethnic and national origins, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
• To outreach and promote the heritage programmes to school and community groups
• To develop and deliver heritage learning workshops
• To engage people in the heritage and history of THFC, THF, Percy House and Tottenham
• Interpret and translate historical data from various primary and secondary sources, including
archives, books, and artifacts with a diverse audience.
• Engage with the public through educational programs and presentations about the history of
Percy House and THF.
• Refresh and replenish learning resources.
• Develop and deliver local heritage and history workshops with objects and historical resources.
• Evaluate the impact and quality of heritage learning.
• Support the THF’s activities funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund such as the Heritage
• Liaise with across teams at the THF to promote the history ad heritage of THFC, THF, Tottenham
• Advocate and champion history and heritage literacy internal and externally
For more information and to apply please visit the Tottenham Hotspur website.