Our projects and programmes are our pride and joy; bespoke to us and delivered to a high standard.
FYB, or Female, Young & Brummie – is funded by Children in Need for 2 years. It was designed in direct response to girls that have attended our TCB programme. After spending 12-weeks with InUnity, girls are saying that they want to continue. We know there is a lack of girls-only initiatives out there, where girls can attend and feel safe, secure and meet with their friends and some positive female role models.
FYB incorporates a mix of sport, arts & crafts, beauty coupled with informal advice and discussions on topical issues, as requested by the girls attending.
This 2 year funded programme will continue until August 2019, and is effectively a touring programme. If you’re interested in seeing where we are heading next, have a look here!
TCB was created in 2014 as part of a wider programme funded through the Asda Foundation. The bespoke 12-week programme was written in response to several published research documents following the disturbances of 2011. The programme is dedicated to empowering our young women. Aimed at either a 12-16 age group, or a 16-25 age group, the course addresses issues relevant to young women today.
TCB has been piloted in both London and Birmingham, in both a school and community setting. It can be delivered anywhere and to any female.
The long-term plan for TCB is to create a self-sustained programme, providing opportunities for young women to gain experience and employment in delivering the course to fellow females.
Plan, Help, Do is our youth social action project, inspiring the next set of community leaders. Young people between the ages of 14-21 complete the Level 1 Planning a Community Activity award (1st for Sport qualification) and then collectively as a group, with the help and support of InUnity leaders, deliver the event to contribute towards their local community. PHD is part of the #iwill campaign – inspiring young people about youth social action. If you’re interested in finding out more about this, either as a young person or as a youth group, please get in touch via our contact page.
For years, InUnity has delivered sport for social change purposes, and it’s still at the core of what we do. We provide a range of sport and dance sessions in both Sutton and Birmingham. All of our sessions are delivered by qualified coaches and instructors and we pride ourselves on high quality delivery and work with like-minded organisations to support our delivery.
At the moment we are supporting the This Girl Can campaign by focussing on getting females into moving more! As a predominantly female organisation, we are aware of the barriers women face to getting involved in sport but we pride ourselves on managing to entice women of all ages to get moving!
If you would like more information on any of them please just contact us.