COVID-19 virtual Support has enabled us to
Reach out and offer easy access and free wellbeing services for families. as we tackle depression, isolation and loneliness.
Equal Education Chances is registered in UK (1180869) We engage, educate and empower children and young people and individuals living with impairments and their families in Manchester.
We support children and young people to learn and develop skills academically, socially and vocationally; in order to be as independent as possible.
EEC believes that every child should be supported to dream big and achieve their desires. likewise a child or young person who has been “disabled” genetically, socially, politically, educationally, economically and culturally.
Empowering Youths and Individuals living with Disabilities. Directly and through family, carers, schools, religious or play/vocational settings.
“To see a world where disabled children and young people co-exist with their peers without fear of being judged” #Inclusion
Grassroots organisation in Manchester
EEC ensure that children and young people who has experienced or experiencing domestic violence are supported and signposted to the right agencies. Equal education chances challenges injustice, discrimination and Hate Crime
Our Project which aims to explore young people’s experiences of positive identity, good health and well being, academic attainment, career pathway. aiming to reduce inequalities which places the voices and experiences of traditionally marginalised young people at its core.
Community Support Project
Katherine- delivering Family relief pack to families affected by COVID-19
Equal Education Chances is a grass root charity organisation, we responded to the effect of COVID-19 by being in contact with families and their children who are living with disabilities/SEN regularly via phone contacts, we also produces our fun Educational activities Booklets which is interactive and informative. with the support of Cash for Kids, we are able to provide food/essential items parcel for 100 families in Manchester. great news. we are making a difference in Our community.
EEC maintained social distancing while sharing Easter Eggs in the Community- Thanks to Manchester city council for the donation.
EEC COVID -19 Support team- Delivered Children Activities Booklets to Abraham Moss Warriors in Manchester.
We are a charity organisation registered in UK and Nigeria- Our services and resources are FREE. However, all our contribution are from the generous public who will love to see our work through pictures and videos, for this reason, we seek consent to share our work on our website and social media.
Following the advice of the Government and Public Health England regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic, our centre is closed until further notice. we are opened remotely for support and advice ring us on 01612119016.