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About Us

Higher Heights is a not-for-profit organisation based in North London. The organisation was established in 2007 when local residents comprising of youth workers and mentors came together after witnessing the decline of youth provisions in the area and the knock on effect of anti-social behaviour and the rise in youth crime.

Our projects and programmes are designed to combat the rise in youth crime and anti-social behaviour, as well as strengthening cohesion between different communities and different age groups.


Our Vision

To see every young person rise to the pinnacle of their chosen field.


Our Mission

Empowering young people to fulfil their potential.


Our Aims

  • To reduce and prevent Youth Offending & Anti Social Behaviour
  • To enhance Education Training & Employment. Opportunities for young people
  • To Promote community cohesion and promote unity amongst our communities. 

Our Team

Our team consists of Qualified Mentors, Youth Workers, Specialists Workers and Sports Coaches. We also work with a wide range of volunteers who share the same vision and values as ourselves. We believe the whole community has a collective responsibilty in making a difference. We constantly encourage all members of the community to get involved. In all areas of our organisation as we view the whole community as one big team.


Our Values (S.P.I.D.E.R.)

Support: This is the blood supply of our organisation pumped from the heart, delivering much needed assistance to the community.

Partnership: We actively seek to work in collaboration with statutory and private agencies, third sector organisations in the community in order for us to provide a better service for our service users.

Innovation: We constantly seek new and better ways to work with our service users and enhance our service.

Diversity: We embrace all individuals regardless of race, gender, age, religion or culture.

Empowerment: It is our duty to empower our service users to take control and responsibility of their lives.

Respect: Our whole organisation is built on and operated on respect. Respect for our service users, respect for staff and volunteers, respect for our partnerships and respect for the community as a whole.


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