Equal Education Chances – EEC is a registered charity in UK (1180869) We engage, educate and empower children/ Young people and individuals living with disabilities and their families in England and Nigeria.
We focus on the marginalised communities and support them to learn and develop skills academically, socially and vocationally; in order to be financial independent and to achieve their long life goals.
EEC believes that every child should be supported to dream big and achieve their desires; likewise those who have been “disabled” genetically, socially and educationally.
To empower youths and Individuals living with Disabilities; Directly through family, carers, schools, religious or vocational settings.
“To see a world where disabled children and young people co-exist with their peers without fear of being judged” #Inclusion
Changing the Future Together. EEC is an active member of the Young Person’s Guarantee & Task Force, we made a commitment to improve the wellbeing, transitioning into adulthood and volunteering opportunities a top priority for the youth in Greater Manchester, regardless of their ethnicity, disabilities or social background.
BECOMING aims to explore young people’s experiences of positive identity, good health and well being, academic attinment, career pathway.
aiming to reduce inequalities which places the voices and experiences of traditionally marginalised young people at its core.
We challenges injustice, discrimination and Hate Crime as a result, EEC ensures that children and young people who has experienced or experiencing domestic violence are supported and signposted to the right agencies.
Community Support Project
Equal Education Chances responded swiftly to the effect of COVID-19 by being in contact with families and their children in Greater Manchester. our target group are individual living with disabilities/SEN, families with immigration restrictions- No Recourse to public funds” families who are living in destitution and those who loss their jobs and need extra help.
EEC community support project aim is to support the marginalised communities to relieve families from hardship, reduce anxiety and depression, tackle isolation and promote wellbeing dignity.
Our support and Services are – weekly phone contacts, youth virtual sessions, Adults wellbeing sessions, emergency food parcels/essential household items, educational resources and family activities packs.
All our projects are funded by fund providers locally and nationally.
EEC is a member of Migrant Destitution Funds action group and referral partner with British Red Cross, with Hardship fund, this collaboration enables us to provide monetary support to families in Greater
EEC COVID -19 Support team- Delivered Children Activities Booklets to Abraham Moss Warriors in Manchester.