01902 725 861 info@alzecvision.co.uk Alzec Vision

Projects

Would you like to get involved and sponsor a project?

Your kind gesture would go a long way and make a huge and lasting impact in the lives of some the most deprived and disadvantaged girls and women and their families.

Your donations would be greatly appreciated

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ALZEC VISION CIC

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Acc. No: 03258044
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Code: 09-01-29
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Membership

Alzec Vision is a Social Enterprise that is fast expanding and gaining recognition in Wolverhampton/UK, and International. Be a fundamental part of AV today, and enjoy the several privileges that come with membership. Contact us now to become a member and make a difference in your community, Nation, and world.

Together we are confident we can promote gender equality, social justice, female leadership/ entrepreneurship and a just and peaceful world; where we are not judged by our skin colour, gender, religion, background or circumstances; but by the content of our character and ability. Yes we can!!!!

If you’re interested in finding out more about our membership, call or e-mail us at info@alzecvision.co.uk Or call Alvine now on 07713156506/07405757007/07440025660 for more information or for an application form.

Sewing Communities Together

To bring sewing back into Schools and Communities

This project is about strengthening families and communities through re-introducing traditional skills i.e. sewing, back into families to encourage them to spend more quality time together through this activity.

By reintroducing these skills, it will encourage families to be together and potentially make their own items to use and enjoy.

We will provide sewing sessions for children

We want to do this in two ways.

Firstly, we want to have a central venue where people of all ages can participate, together in an activity which once learnt, can help children to develop social, academic moral & technical skills, acting like catalysts that can fuel mental and physical growth.

Secondly, to have a mobile classroom complete with equipment to hold classes away from the centre and for outlying areas. Including care homes and community centres. It will not be a one-off project as we plan to keep it going for as long as possible.