The Power to Live a Changed Life

The Power to Live a Changed Life A 51-year-old Trinidadian who left Port of Spain at the age of seven and was deported from the United States four months ago wept yesterday as he appealed for people to not label deportees as a bunch of criminal misfits who will wreak havoc on society. Brian Wilson

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Two companies to employ VOM clients

Two companies to employ VOM clients Good news that sounded like music to my ears today! Two major and respectable companies, after months of deliberation, signed an MOU as it relates to employing our men. One is requesting 10 men while the other is requesting 7. I cannot give the names of these companies as

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Community Group of the Year 2016

Community Group of the Year 2016 TWO community groups are being recognised by the Trinidad Express for their positive contributions to society. This year, Vision on Mission (VOM) and Create Future Good (CFG) will share the title of Express Community Group of the Year 2016. VOM, an organisation headed by ex-prisoner Wayne Chance, is known

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Wayne Chance Awarded while representing T&T and the Caribbean at Partners of the Americas’ 50th Anniversary Conference

Wayne Chance Awarded while representing T&T and the Caribbean at Partners of the Americas’ 50th Anniversary Conference With over five hundred participants and more than twenty countries being represented, Wayne Chance, who is the Founder and President of V.O.M. has been representing Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean Region at Partners of the Americas’ 50th

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Partners of The Americas – Rochester Chapter, Visits Trinidad

Partners of The Americas – Rochester Chapter, Visits Trinidad On Thursday 18th September 2014, Dave Williams – Vice President of Partners of the Americas Trinidad Chapter, Randolph Harris – Director of Rochester Chapter USA, Theresa Lou Bowick – President of Rochester Chapter USA all convened at Vision On Mission’s Office. The President of Partners of

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Join Vision on Mission in the “People Can Change” Movement

Vision On Mission’s “People Can Change” Movement is a non-political movement leading up to a THOUSAND STRONG march in Trinidad and Tobago in December of 2014. This movement is an initiative conceptualised by Founder/Executive President, Wayne Chance, implemented by Vision On Mission and will only be impactful with the support of our nation. With crime

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Annual Christmas Cheer at Carrera Island Prison

Annual Christmas Cheer at Carrera Island Prison On Sunday December 1st, Vision On Mission Directors and staff had its Annual Christmas Cheer at Carrera Island Prison – 300 inmates were in attendance, the inmates put on a production in honor of Wayne Chance, they literally made tears flow from my eyes, it touched my heart.

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