AGENCY FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT VISION is a non-profit legal entity realising public benefit activities and it is registered under the Non-Profit Legal Entities Act. 
The organisation was established on 17/09/1995 and registered in Varna District Court on 22/02/1997. 
Agency VISION is profiled as a service provider for people with disabilities and people in need of support in the fields of education, employment, culture and social development. It provides information and consulting, legal, administrative-legal, methodological, creative, intermediary and other services to motivate the activity and personal fulfillment of its clients.
AGENCY FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT VISION is the first Bulgarian organisation which became a member of the European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) in 2002. EASPD represents over 10,000 social service provider organisations supporting approximately more than 40 million people with disabilities across Europe. In 2008, Georgi Georgiev, President of Agency VISION, was elected to the Board of EASPD, and since then, he was participating in its activities. 
AGENCY FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT VISION has significant experience and carries out long-term activities to introduce new models and alternative forms of social support for people with disabilities and other disadvantaged groups through a variety of social services aimed to develop their abilities, skills, talents, intellectual and labour potential. 
A particular and remarkable feature of the organisation’s work is the implementation of services and activities for social support in integrated, natural and friendly environment through training of people with disabilities and encouraging their creativity, development of skills and talents, and participation in all stages of the process of product creation and realisation, leading to real personal development.
The comprehensive, meaningful and socially engaged work of Agency for Social Development VISION is implemented by a team of over 100 full-time and 30 part-time employees with different profiles and expertise, among whom are social service specialists, psychologists, economists, jurists, poets, writers, artists, musicians, actors and other professionals, who annually provide support to more than 1,000 people in need.