Organisations > Children and young people

This listing aims to give an overview of provision for children and young people affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster. This could include information about youth projects, schools and nurseries, art groups, therapy groups, etc.
The Grenfell fire had a devestating impact on everyone at Solidarity Sports. In the fire we tragically lost three children and their parents. Over five years we had built up a close relationship with two of these beautiful children, Yayha and Firdaws. We are determined to establish an appropriate legacy following this terrible event. The Hashim Family Legacy exists …
We run activities and services across the borough and have worked with a number of organisations within the borough including Westway, NHS, Octavia, Catalyst Housing, Notting Hill Housing, Venture Centre and more. We offer: Access to Holistic Health and Wellbeing services including Mentoring, Therapies Services specifically targeted at people of African and Caribbean Decent Specialise …
We run a free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25 on Saturdays as part of our Living History project, Kensington Stories. This project looks at the history of West London council estates and the stories told from within by the residents. Using this as a stimulus, the young people will create and perform a …
Creating an outdoor gallery along the 23 acres below the Westway flyover through North Kensington showcasing work from local artists and community groups.   FerArts run dynamic artist-led workshops by collaborating with youth organisations, education and local authorities encouraging young people to get back into learning, creative employment or effectively to promote their own portfolios. …
The headteacher of Addison Primary School, Damien Mc Garrigle, has set up a study room for young people from Grenfell between Years 1-7 . This study area provides young people some space to complete their homework, to relax to read a book, a space to do some drawing, and a table to play Lego and …
The Olive Branch Charity was created to provide children/young adults, surrounding Grenfell, with a therapeutic and knowledgeable experience through nature.
Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people. Monday – Friday: 12pm – 10pm Saturday – Sunday: 6pm – 10pm Kooth, from XenZone, is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people, accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop and free at the point of use.
Mental health support is available to young people affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy who are returning to school. Headteachers will continue to run parent meetings and provide specialist support and advice for students, as well as providing other support resources for schools. Place2Be is working with local schools who have identified a need for …
The Support 4 Grenfell Community Hub is a partnership of charities offering a range of support, counselling and advice for children, young people, parents and families affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
Are you a voluntary or community organisation working in North Kensington to help children, young people and families affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster? Could you do more with additional resources? In order to increase access to funding, a group of funders has come together in a coalition to create a simple application process to …