About Us

What we do

Meet The Team


Founder, Managing Director

Titi Omole is a Project Management professional with experience within the Financial and Public sectors. She is an author, songwriter and has led various initiatives for young people including the ‘Talk About Me’ children’s conference; ‘Young Opinions’ – an online radio chat show for young people and the ‘TruLittle Hero Awards’, an awards event that celebrates the positive contributions of young people to their communities. She has a passion for helping young people to achieve their full potential. She also enjoys event planning and various types of Art and Design. Titi is blessed with two lovely children.


Programme Director

Pastor Bimbo Arowojolu is a pastor at the New Covenant Edmonton Family Conference (UK). She is a business development expert with a unique gift for setting up businesses and an IT expert by profession. She has successfully implemented a range of business intervention, training and coaching programmes for multinational corporations in the public, retail, oil, banking and media sectors.

Pastor Bimbo is passionate about making a difference in the lives of young people. She is the leader of the ‘Back 2 School’ programme, an annual conference that is dedicated to praying for children at the beginning of each school year with testimonials of excellent performances of children in their exams and more. Bimbo is a mentor to many and a member of Chartered Management Institute, Institute of Customer services UK and an accredited CMD training expert. Pastor Bimbo is married and blessed with 4 super girls.


Legal Adviser & Finance Director

Kenny Sofowora is a solicitor and she specialises in long-term planning strategies, property portfolio acquisition & management. Her other areas of specialisation include Tax and Estate Planning matters, wealth protection structures, governance and general succession planning. She is an Accredited Commercial Mediator and International Arbitrator. She is also a specialist law and compliance adviser to some registered charities in the UK. Kenny enjoys traveling and reading and is blessed with two children.


Client Liaison & Mentee Development Manager

Adeola is a seasoned Project Management professional and has worked with several financial services. She has a passion for helping young children build their confidence, leverage on their potential in order to achieve their dreams and be their best, irrespective of their circumstances . She enjoys teaching, fashion design and interior decoration. Adeola is happily married with two adorable children.

Dr June Fileti

New Initiatives and Engagement Manager

Dr June Fileti is the managing director of the International School of Musicians (ISoM), based in Newham, East London.

June has over 30 years of experience in music education, leading government initiatives specialising in the primary classroom as well as a senior examiner in the performing arts sector and working as a professional musician in London’s West End theatres. Her doctoral studies resulted in an action research study that provided cultural capital and social justice in music education for over 18,000 children in 65 primary schools in Newham.

Her ethos is rooted in accessibility and inclusivity, breaking down barriers to provide world-class music and expressive arts education and assessment opportunities globally for everyone through digital innovation. She is delighted to be working with Cause4Children, assisting young people to grow and reach their potential.

June is happily married and is proud to be a Step-Mum to three grown-up children and five grandchildren.

What We Believe



To be a mentor or a workshop facilitator all you need is patience, enthusiasm, commitment and passion. You will need to commit regular time to the mentee and to Cause4Children.

Your mentoring role will include regular (minimum once a fortnight) scheduled one-hour meetings with your mentee during the day, evening or weekend in agreement with mentee’s parent/guardian.

Introducing your mentee to new and different experiences is also important – taking them to an exhibition, the cinema or explore appropriate hobbies with them.

You might also provide support in a number of ways such as helping your mentee to prepare college applications and run through interview techniques to helping to boost their confidence.

As a workshop facilitator, you will need to be creative and committed to leading insightful sessions on life skills and other topics that pertain to young people.

To become a mentor or a workshop facilitator or if you would like us to deliver a career mapping session to your students, please complete the form below.

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