Establish In-Transit Facility at Champs Fleurs

Vision on Mission establishes In-Transit facility at Champs Fleurs, Trinidad, W.I. and receives the first official government subvention from the Ministry of Social Development. This was pioneered and championed by the then Minister, Ms. Christine Kangaloo.

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First Major Donation

Mr. Harry Harnarine, President of the then Hindu Credit Union (HCU), agrees to provide support to Vision on Mission in the form of the donation of its flagship office at #5 Railway Road, San Juan and bearing the financial cost for staffing and overhead expenses at said office.

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Talk Show Presenter

Wayne Chance’s debut into the media industry as a talk show presenter on national television station (TTT) highlighting matters on crime, imprisonment, recidivism. Mr. Chance’s entry into the industry working for various media houses attracts ardent followers. His contribution in no small way, as a host on several radio programmes (Power 102 FM, i95.5 FM),

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First appearances on media

Mr. Hansley Ajodha and Mr. Wayne Chance collaborate on a youth programme on state-owned television station giving Mr. Chance his first opportunity to agitate for his ideals through the media.

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Released from Prison

Wayne Chance is released from prison, driven by a passion to assist those who had been similarly incarcerated.

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Our Birth

The concept of Vision on Mission is birthed in the depths of the prison system within the heart of Wayne Chance.

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