Welcome to the website for Equal Vision Community Interest Company.
We are a small organisation based in Merseyside. We carry out activities which are community-driven that aim to inspire people and improve lives.
Please find out more about the work of Equal Vision by looking at our projects past and present.
We have just been awarded funding from Awards for All of the National Lottery.
This will allow us to deliver a new project focused on providing on-the-job training to young people in plumbing, welding, and plastering in 2019.
After a slow start due to adverse weather, we started our 'skills for life' project in January.
Young people have taken up on the job training opportunities in the area of plumbing and sheet metal work and fabrication, with one young participant has even taken up an apprenticeship.
Directors of Equal Vision were proud to be invited as guests to the head office of Cygnet Health Care in Westminster, London.
Director of Patient Engagement, Raf Hamaizia, asked Equal Vision, as well as other organisations, to discuss matters impacting the health and social care sector, including the recent publication of the Mental Health Act review.
The review's Chair, Professor Simon Wessley, was in attendance to share his thoughts on the review's recommendations. The occasion also allowed attendees to assist in writing Christmas cards for Cygnet's 3000 service users within their care who suffer from mental ill-health.