What do young people and families think?

Learn more about the results of our 2021 young people and families feedback survey. Read more

Measuring our academic impact with Analysis Group

Read about how the Analysis Group pro bono team helped us to design a new tool to better automate our academic analysis. Read more

Starcom UK Partnership

We are delighted to announce that a new corporate partnership with White City based global media communications agency Starcom UK will launch today. Read more

Learn more about the West London Zone Programme

Watch our new film on how the WLZ programme works, explained by young people, parents and Link Workers. Read more

West London Zone continues growth into new academic year

West London Zone is continuing to grow in 2021-22 in line with our 5-year strategy to support 3,000 children and young people a year by 2025. Read more

‘Our City’: growing up in West London

A new film project planned and produced by young people in our alumni group highlighting their experiences. Read more

Andrew Berwick joins West London Zone as Strategy and Impact Director

We are delighted to announce that Andrew Berwick, former CEO of The Access Project, will be joining the West London Zone team in September 2021 as Strategy and Impact Director. Read more

Champions for Children Summer Holidays Campaign

We reached our target! This funding will help us to provide additional support, trips and activities to young people over the summer holidays. Read more

Our update on our inclusion and diversity work

We have worked on an overall strategy and action plan so that we can ensure we hold ourselves accountable and are following through on our commitment to change. Read more

WLZ partnership with Notting Hill Fish + Meat Shop

WLZ partnership with Notting Hill Fish + Meat - working together to support children in our community Read more

WLZ Partnership with Pembridge Hall Parents Association

WLZ is pleased to announce a new partnership with Pembridge Hall Parents Association Read more

5K May: Get Active and Support WLZ this May!

WLZ is joining Run For Heroes for their 5K May charity challenge Read more

Time for Art

Leighton House has linked up with West London Zone, RBKC Looked After Children’s Services and Winsor & Newton to create Time for Art gift boxes. Read more

WLZ to continue support over the summer

This year we will continue to provide support to children and families until the end of August. Read more

Schools to reopen on 8 March

CEO Louisa Mitchell comments on the latest announcement. Read more

Lazard provides 50 laptops to West London Zone families

We are delighted to announce that Lazard, one of the world's preeminent financial advisory and asset management firms, has donated 50 laptops to West London Zone families and young people this week. Read more

The Co-op Local Community Fund

We are pleased to announce that we have been chosen to benefit from the Co-op Local Community Fund. Read more

COVID-19 Update

2021 has brought us another challenging environment in which to support children and young people in west London. Read more

We did it!

This December, we completed our first ever Big Give Christmas Challenge! Read more

The Big Give Christmas Challenge

We are thrilled to announce that West London Zone is taking part in this year’s Big Give Christmas Challenge! Between 1 - 8 December every donation made will be doubled! Read more

Ben Bailey Smith joins West London Zone as an ambassador

West London Zone announces Ben Bailey Smith as first ambassador Read more

Our statement of action against racism

At West London Zone, we believe that everyone should have access to the opportunities they need to achieve their goals in life. Read more

Covid 19 - How our work has changed

We have been working hard over the last few weeks to deliver our adapted offer so that children and families get what they need right now, during these unprecedented times. Read more

#BridgingTheGap Appeal Launch

West London Zone responds to COVID-19 by launching the #BridgingTheGap - An emergency appeal for children and young people in West London. Read more