SWAY stands for Sudbury, Wembley, Alperton Youth and was first formed in Sept 2003 by a group of 7 local churches rooted within a multi-cultural and multi-faith part of Brent.  We are a Christian organisation delivering a variety of projects for children and young people within Brent with the support of grant funding from funders such as John Lyon’s Charity, Wembley National Stadium Trust, National Lottery, Brent NCIL and Wembley Central Big Local.  Our project does not form any religious content, faith activities or recruitment and is open to all members of the community who fall within the category of young people regardless of their faith, ethnicity or any other protected characteristic.

Our project supports young people with their mental health and wellbeing, assisting with their personal and social development and working towards achieving their future aspirations.  We have networking relationships with local organisations that offer training and employment opportunities, and we can signpost young people to additional services according to their need.  We are members of London Youth and Thirty-one: eight (independent safeguarding charity) and Young Brent Foundation.



A place where children and young people coexist in peace with each other and members of their community, embracing each challenge as a learning experience on their path to fulfil their aspirations.