The PAYPR Organisation helps develop young people who are struggling with many of life’s obstacles and difficulties. Our focal point of nurture is through 1:1 mentoring, group discussions and workshops.




"Kane has been supporting some of our most vulnerable students at Varndean School for the past two years. His ability to build and maintain relationships, trust and motivation is excellent and we have seen a significant improvement in behaviour and attitude with many of the individuals he has worked with. Students value the sessions they have with Kane and his commitment and willingness to go above and beyond in guiding and creating opportunities for his young people not just in school but in the community is really appreciated by the student, families and school".

Andy Roberts - Varndean High School Assistant Headteacher,
Head of Turing School

"Paypr and Kane in particular has been a vital source of support for my son during lockdown. This has been a period of uncertainty and high risk for many young people, and it’s been vital for my son to have someone who has ‘been there’ to help chart a path forward."

Parent of pupil - Varndean High School

"It helped me realised their is other things I can do in life , and they helped me with lots of my problems, and lowered my stress.

The mentoring has been a big help to me. I’ve sorted my problems out it’s encouraged me to be better and done a lot to help with my mental health. I really enjoy the mentoring."

A young footballer from Lancing FC pilot programme

"I’ve been able to handle my anxiety and used coping mechanism which help me to feel better. I’ve also been able to listen to people who have describe their life story and take inspiration from them such as Leon balogun and Russell Martin."

A young footballer from Lancing FC pilot programme

"Helped me with big decisions coming up and with the loss of football. Having someone to talk to outside of football or family to guide me and give me advice on life and football.

Just helped clear my mind and stay more positive.. knowing I’ve got someone to speak to at any point."

A young footballer from Lancing FC pilot programme

“Kane is a mentor on our Identity Match Programme at the University of Brighton. He is an excellent mentor and has been successful in supporting individual students during challenging times”

John Lynch Mentoring Lead - Identity Match Programme University of Brighton

These are delivered through existing paths and services, or in collaboration with outside agencies. If specific specialised support or help is required we will then act as a middle platform to signpost those in need to the appropriate organisation.

We use our experience, knowledge and understanding of services to provide tailored support that delivers the best results.

A young person involved in our program will benefit from valuable life advice and help through our 1:1 mentoring service and workshops. Our different platforms also provide a place for the young person to learn new skills, build upon existing skills, increase their knowledge and complement and enhance their CVs.

Our PAYPR abbreviation stands for Positive Attitudes Yield Positive Results. We have access to highly trained mentors with collective vast experience.

Our aim is to reverse the negative statistics for young people in the areas of mental health, well-being, crime, career progression and sustainment.

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