We believe change happens through collaboration. Our aspiration is to add value to the world by working with others. Here are some of the things we are doing:


Street to Scale uses ideas from people on the street to change the way society relates to each other.
The first idea came from a young person hanging around outside a café in West London. He said, 'what we need is a problem solving booth, right here’. Partners around the country have been working with us to develop that idea. It has morphed into all kinds of prototypes all of which connect strangers, giving one permission to ask the other for help.

Street to Scale nurtures ideas like Problem Solving Booths by:
Putting a community of interest around the idea
Supporting their work so that they learn from failure
Providing flexible, trust based funding that develops as the idea scales.

We believe that people experiencing life’s challenges are the best innovators.

Join the Street to Scale community. Help us find ideas. Collaborate on testing and developing those ideas. Contribute your ideas on how we can do this work better.

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Wytham Hall is an    ABSTINENCE-based Supported Housing Project in North Westminster.
Owls are co-developing a model of working that is psychologically informed, providing flexible and ACCESSIBLE THERAPY. We hope it's a model that can inform future working within this sector.


'States of Mind' youth-led project in Hackney. It combines the experiences, needs and expertise of young people, Peabody and Owls with evidence based principles developed by the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (AFNCCF) to co-create a community based peer-mentoring programme for young people facing multiple difficulties.

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Owls are working in partnership with Catch22 and Southwark Council to re-design the leaving care service, putting the voices of care experienced young people at the heart of design.
Changes lead to chances film, created by young people from southwark

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Shared intelligence Help clients tackle some of their most challenging issues through consultation, research and policy change.

We are currently co-developing how 'rhyme Time' can help mums and dads with their mental health in Libraries across Essex.

Thrive London is a citywide movement for mental health, supported by the Mayor of London and the London Health Board. 

We are currently testing and developing Problem Solving Booths with all Londoners and in particular with people whose voices are seldom heard. 


“While We Belong to Ourselves”

Owls are working with Caitlin Griffiths as part of a participatory-art project that aims to improve well-being and tolerance through knowledge of how we form our identities internally and how we perform them externally. This knowledge will inform workshops with 100 young people (14-17) across 5 schools in Camden and an exhibition of new work at Swiss Cottage Gallery in February 2018.

Camerados is a social movement that believes two things are missing from most services helping people with tough times: Friends and Purpose.

We are co-developing the Living Room concept to make it a global phenomenon.



Owls are lucky enough to be invited to events and conferences around the world to talk about their work.

Owls recently spoke at the SCRA (Society For community research and action) Biennial in Ottawa.

Get in touch if you would like to find out more.

we are working with Camden Council to find new ways of working with the community. This work includes exploring how Camden can be the first London borough of mutual aid.

we are currently working on a new project co-developing Problem Solving Booths to learn how they can add value to young people living in care.