Leyton Orient Trust operates as the charitable part of Leyton Orient Football Club, a professional club based in East London. LOT delivers a range of engagement and development programmes to communities based in Waltham Forest, Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Redbridge.

The vision of LOT is to: ‘Realise the Potential of the communities it serves and the people it engages with’.

LOT’s Mission is to deliver and develop a range of programmes and interventions that are relevant, engaging and inspiring.

Since its creation in 1989 LOT has invested over £30 million in North and East London touching the lives of over 100,000 people in that time.

LOT aligns itself with the aims and objectives of Local, Regional and National Government; its agencies and the third and community sector where appropriate and of mutual benefit, in particular in the London Boroughs of Hackney, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest and collectively through the Growth Boroughs Unit.

As a result LOT delivers the following programmes:

  • Kicks in partnership with the Premier League, Sport England and MOPAC
  • Female Football Development Programme with the Premier League, FA, EFLT and the GLA
  • Schools Coaching Programme with the Premier League
  • Inclusive United with London United; Interactive, the FA and Wembley National Stadium Trust
  • Study Programmes for 14-19 year olds with Waltham Forest College
  • Housing Estate Holiday Programmes with London and Quadrant Housing Association and Charlton Athletic
  • Mental Health Treatment and Recovery Programme ‘Coping through Football’ with London Playing Fields Foundation and North and East London Mental Health Trust
  • Schools Open Holiday Programme with the London Borough of Waltham Forest
  • Targeted Health Programmes with Redbridge, Hackney, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest Public Health Teams.

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Community Engagement Reviews

To read about some of the amazing work that has taken place through the partnership of Leyton Orient Football Club and Leyton Orient Trust please click on the links below:

Community Engagement Review 2015-16

Community Engagement Review 2016-17