About us Why we exist Why we exist Our vision is children and young people at a tipping point of need, navigating social, emotional and academic challenges are able to positively take on life. This is because, public services and community activities are aligned at a local level providing timely, joined-up support. We work in West London - an area of deep inequality where 1 in 5 children and young people aren’t getting the support they need to thrive. In our community, the existing support systems are not easily able to flex to the needs of individual children. Organisations often work in isolation and are not always able to work with those who could benefit from their help the most. Our research shows that there are 19,000 children and young people currently living in our community that need additional support. Without it, they are more likely to face challenges in later life, including unemployment, social isolation, and poor mental and emotional health. We help children and young people build the relationships and skills they need to get on track Socially, Emotionally and Academically. We call this creating a SEA change. We believe that by targeting these key areas of development we can empower children to fulfil their potential. Every child we work with is different. We aim to work with children who would benefit from our support in multiple, inter-related areas. They are often the children who are not being helped by any other organisations because their needs are not considered great enough in one particular area, but combined, they need support.