In 2007, Equal Vision was established as an informal organisation. Equal Vision was the idea of its three directors, Emma, Paul and Simon. They each seen the need for an organisation that could help to provide activities for people in the areas of Toxteth, Kensington and Wavertree who faced significant social barriers. As a result of growing interest in the activities that were provided and in the hope of leveraging further funds to the community, the three directors decided to register Equal Vision as a formal organisation.
On 9th April 2016, Equal Vision Merseyside was officially incorporated as a Community Interest Company with Companies House. Since registering as an organisation we have now managed to secure funding from the National Lottery Awards for All scheme. This was a youth project and you can read more about this on our projects page.
It is now our aim to develop further as an organisation which has at its heart the needs of people. Our aim is to bring together the skills and energy of different communities across Merseyside to bring about positive change.
We are regularly looking for opportunities to work in partnership. Over the life of Equal Vision we have supported various universities and policy think-tanks to engage with communities who are otherwise seen as 'hard-to-reach'. If you think there is a possibility that we can work together then please get in touch via our contacts page.