Earlier in 2017 we carried out our annual community raffle. Many thanks to everybody who took part in advertising the raffle. A special thanks to the Liffey Bar, Liverpool. A big specials thanks to those who purchased tickets. This helped to raise £258. We will use these funds to contribute directly to the running of Equal Vision. Thank you again!! paragraph here.

Latest News: As many of you will know 2016 was a big and important year for Equal Vision as we managed to secure our first amount of grant funding from Awards for All, National Lottery Funding. This allowed Equal Vision to delivery a Young Person's Research and Policy Project.  In July we finalised the project with the funder and also submitted our financial accounts and yearly report to Companies House. You can find out more about this project below. As a result of the successes an findings from the Young People's policy and research project we have decided to seek funding to better support people in need. We have therefore applied for further project funding from the National Lottery. Of course, we will update you when we hear back......

During April half term, young participants took part in the final phase of our Young People's Research and Activism Project. We are very grateful again to Everton in the Community for the space provided and the guidance they have provided in our health-related work. Since September, our young participants have worked well together to share their thoughts about the issues in their community. This has led to a range of discussions across criminal justice, education and health. A short report will soon follow whilst the concerns that have been voiced will be shared with local politicians.