InUnity works with partners who share our ethos: making a social change through our programmes. For this reason, we think our partners are great!  We appreciate each and every one of them, and it looks like that’s reciprocated - look what they say about us!


“InUnity are a smart, innovative organisation with a great track record. This isn’t just in terms of what they deliver in their own projects and programmes but in their ability to work flexibly with partners in both the statutory and voluntary sector, as well as in different settings.”

Austin Rodriguez, Safer Places Officer – Birmingham South/Edgbaston, Northfield & Selly Oak Districts


“I would like to extend my gratitude to Keeley and the staff of InUnity for the work completed for Hyde Summer 2014. InUnity have engaged a high number of children ranging from early years to young adults on a program of activities for the summer. It is important for me that the organisation I work with have an ethos and work rate to deliver high quality work. Thanks again”

— Ashaka Marshall, Youth Development Coordinator - Hyde Housing(Greenwich/Lewisham/Surrey)


“Sport Birmingham have worked closely with Hannah and the team from InUnity for the last 2 years across a number of projects. Most recently the organisation has been successful recipients of Sportivate funding and have done a great job utilising the funding to work with hard to reach communities in the South of Birmingham. In particular they have delivered outreach work in community and youth centres targeting females and disabled participants, using there enthusiastic and innovative approach to engage and motivate young people to get active. InUnity are doing a fantastic job across Birmingham and we look forward to working with them again.”

— Adam Warden, Sport Birmingham


“InUnity have worked with Active Communities Network on a number of local and national projects over the last three years – and their ability to engage and support young people has made them a valued part of our national network. The professionalism of the staff in planning, delivering and evaluating targeted youth activity makes them a recommended partner.”

— Gary Stannett (MBE), CEO, Active Communities Network


“City of Birmingham Basketball Club have worked in partnership with InUnity on a number of community projects. I have always been impressed with the organisation, energy and enthusiasm of Hannah who has delivered on everything promised, ensuring successful project have been delivered for the benefit of many young people across Birmingham.”

— Rob Palmer, Director of City of Birmingham Basketball


InUnity have been an outstanding partner to work with over the last three years. As a delivery partner, they have been responsive, flexible and focused on achieving the best outcomes for beneficiaries.

From the beginning of the project, InUnity started from the needs of the community and co-designed a programme based on extensive consultation with residents and Hyde employees. This approach and their ability to build trust and relationships with participants were fundamental to the success of the project.

InUnity’s work has laid the foundation for Hyde to continue community development work in the future. We know that Move it @ Propeller has had a lasting impact -  improving residents’  confidence, wellbeing and resilience and helping to build community cohesion and significantly reduce Anti-Social Behaviour. ”

—Sophie McKechknie, Hyde Housing


“‘We have worked with InUnity since their inception to deliver a number of sports based invention programmes in Birmingham; we have found InUnity to be a very professional organisation which are flexible to meet community and participant needs, while offering a great range of programmes that make a real difference to the lives of young people they engage.’”

— Rob Houlston, Business Development and Partnerships Manager, Pertemps Coachright/PPDG


“We’ve really enjoyed working with InUnity; they are professional, creative and reliable. Hannah and her team have helped us to improve the lives of young people in our neighbourhood. ”

— Tony Thapar, Moseley Community Development Trust

InUnity have worked alongside schools within the Bishop Challoner School Games programme in Birmingham to support and deliver dance competitions to pupils aged 7-11 for 2 years now. The team brought fantastic ideas and professionalism to the event last year with pupils competing in team as well as individual competitions. We look forward to working alongside them again next year and to providing opportunities for pupils to learn, develop their dance skills and have great fun at the same time.

 -  Derek McDermott, School Games Organiser, Bishop Challoner Catholic College


“I have worked with InUnity / United in dance for over 3 years. The engagement they get from young people is exceptional, young people thrive taking part in activities with them. This platform provides us with an ideal a great opportunity to engage with young people.”

— PC Chris Turner – West Midlands Police


We also have a range of funders – for details see our projects.