Our Team

Allison Vitalis 

Project Director &

Trauma-Informed family Support worker

Allison Vitalis has been volunteering at the Foundation since 2016.  Allison is a Graduate from the University of East London, with a First Class Degree in Clinical & Community Psychology.

As Project Director Allison's role is to develop & coordinate existing projects and seek funding to enable the Foundation to attain its objectives. Allison also works part-time as The Foundations Trauma-Informed Family support Worker, providing practical support, emotional support and advocacy to families.

Cassandra
Carter-Vitalis

Mental Health practitioner & Domestic Violence Trainer

Bio. to follow.

Jojo
Akwa

Founder & Project Support

Jojo Akwa is a life long friend of Charlie Burns. Alongside growing up with Charlie in the same area, he also went to school with Charlie and acted as his older brother.

Jojo Is an ambitious young man, his qualifications in Business, experiences growing up in Hackney and a knack for creativity are a sure tool to help the Foundation acquiring its objectives.

 

Jojo is dedicated to impacting the lives of young people as to allow for the best possible future prospects.

Jojo's contribution to date include founding The Charlie Burns Foundation in 2015, designing the company's logo and creating the Foundation's spearhead project, Postcode Pen-pals.

The Remedy

Experts in self discovery healing and self development

Our aim is to support Families in the self discovery healing and personal development using therapeutic well being methods.

With the focus being on the challenges faced, we inspire, support and empower people to grow, to bloom, with the understanding that healing starts heart and mind together. We are energy conduits of change bringing together people from all backgrounds to have the basic mechanisms to cope day-to-day, expanding their creativity to self explore, challenge themselves in getting comfortable with being uncomfortable, standing in their truth.

Being present is key in the assessment of where any participant is at, so this is the first step... meeting where an individual is at.