In 2014 CCCW implemented a collective approach toward improving the wellbeing of individuals and their communities. We believe the degree of health, strength and resilience a community is capable of achieving rests significantly in its collective capacity to connect, relate and work together.
Hence, it is CCCW’s core mission to help individuals, local groups and organisations connect, integrate, and interact with one another and their communities.
To help achieve this, CCCW has on the strength of its community relationships built an extensive and successful network of community partners and stakeholders across a broad range of sectors including health, employment, community welfare, business, industry, training and education.
Vince’s holds a deep passion for community wellbeing and social capacity building and has over thirty years of experience developing sustainable community partnerships.
He has facilitated numerous arts/health projects with the aim of empowering people and strengthening communities. By forming an extensive network of strategic partnerships, Vince has been able to develop community initiatives which inspire and encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to engage as active participants and contributors to their local communities in purposeful and meaningful ways.
Vince founded the Orange Youth Arts Festival in 2014, and has established Community Connect Central West, a project based community wellbeing initiative. He also has broad experience in visual based media having worked extensively in Television, Photography and Film. Vince has won a variety of National and International photography awards and his work has been widely published and represented internationally at major photo conventions.