What we do at Tottenham Tribute Trust & who we help
The Tottenham Tribute Trust was set up in 2002 to help people connected with Spurs who have fallen on difficult times.
The Tottenham Tribute Trust is a registered charity (Charity Registration Number: 1094092)
Although run by a Board of Trustees independent of the Club, the Tottenham Tribute Trust works closely with the Club and was created by a joint initiative between the Club and supporters.
In October 2002, Daniel Levy suggested to the Founder Trustees who were setting up the Tottenham Tribute Trust that we hold a match with DC United at White Hart Lane to raise funds, and within days the game was arranged. It was a great example of how the Club and the fans can work together.
With very little notice, Jurgen Klinsmann, David Ginola, Chris Waddle and a host of other Spurs greats turned up to play one more time, and a crowd of around 28,000 gathered to enjoy the match and to make their contribution to a genuinely worthwhile cause.
The money raised that night, and since, has enabled the Tottenham Tribute Trust to help numerous former players, many of whom are household names, the very people who created our wonderful traditions, and who, in their time, made Spurs a club to be loved by its supporters and feared by its opponents. Whilst many of the people who have been helped by the Tottenham Tribute Trust since its formation in 2002 prefer not to be named, the organisation has been able to provide help to former legends.
The Tottenham Tribute Trust relies on donations to continue helping members of the wider Spurs family who are in need – you can make a donation through any of these options.
If you or someone you know is a former player or member of staff of Tottenham Hotspur and is in need, please click here to see if we can help.
If you or someone you know is a former player or member of staff of Tottenham Hotspur and is in need, or if you have an fundraising initiative for the Tottenham Tribute Trust.