The KEY Project

The KEY has been specially created as a tool for young people. The name of the project – KEY stands for Knowledge Empowers You and this is exactly the aim of it – to empower and to give options in world full of challenges for young people.

The core of the project is psychological wellbeing workshops and provides balanced programme of activities that develops the whole person-mind, body and soul – in an environment of social interaction and team working. KEY focuses on what is good and positive trying to emphasise on it, to inspire the young people, using their own talents.

The Evelyn Oldfield Unit runs this project with shared values of collaboration and participation at the core and thus we are looking for steering group members, collaborators, advice, and new connections, including reaching out to small community groups working with young people. KEY has been funded by BBC Children in Need and will look into expanding.


  • Psychological wellbeing workshops
  • Sports activities
  • Music classes
  • Art activities
  • Education and career advice
  • Social event

We are passionate to help develop the potential of young people by unleashing their strengths, creativity and confidence and we aim to make a difference to their life.

Get involved and make a difference!

Please contact for more information