Are you InUnity's new Business Development Manager?

Thanks to funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, InUnity are excited to announce that we have a brand new role of Business Development Manager.

We need someone who shares our passion of supporting children and young people, but also someone who can convey that passion to others - key partners, stakeholders and potential customers - in order to help InUnity become more sustainable.

Interested? Have a look at the role here.

Good Luck!

Bye Bye London, Hello Birmingham.

The time has come for InUnity to hang up our hat in London, where it all began 13 years ago, and focus all our energies on Birmingham and the West Midlands.  It's a decision that has been incredibly hard to make, but one that as an organisation we need to do in order to sustain and develop our work here in Brum.

We have handed over several of our key projects to other great delivery partners and therefore hopefully for most of our service users, you will not be too inconvenienced.  So thanks for the good times, the great memories and we hope that the legacy of InUnity lives on.  Farewell London town.

It's been 12 years but....

After running dance sessions on the Roundshaw estate for over 12 years, the final dance was danced on Friday 12th February 2016.

Unfortunately, due to low attendance at both street dance and cheerleading, InUnity had to take the decision to close these sessions.  But, with new projects in the pipeline we are excited about trying some new initiatives on Roundshaw.

We understand that for those of you attending these sessions, it's not great news.  However as a small, local organisation we cannot sustain the loss in finances.

Please do keep an eye on our website for news of other sessions soon to start, and by all means send us a message of ideas you want to see on your estate.

Foodie Friday's! Who's a Foodie then?

Thanks to our partnership with Metropolitan Housing, InUnity is delivering a brand new programme at the Phoenix Centre every Friday!

For a 6-week programme, families can attend and learn new cooking skills, coupled with activities for the kids & some sharing time for those parents / grandparents / carers.

Foodie Fridays is aimed at Roundshaw residents, supporting our Move iT! programme on the estate.  The first 6-week pilot programme starts this Friday (4:00 - 7:00pm) at the Phoenix Centre.  But don't worry if you can't make it - just send us a message and come along next week.  And please feel free to spread the word!

Everyone's a Foodie! And everyone loves a Friday!   Details here

We're recruiting!

InUnity is recruiting for a new Programme Officer to join our Birmingham office. 

Under the direct supervision of the Managing Director, our passionate Programme Officer will be responsible for organising, delivering and driving two of our key programmes – Taking Care of Business (a female empowerment programme aimed at teenage girls and young women), and BACE- a weekly drop-in creative arts programme. 

The Programme Officer will be organised but adaptive to suit this key role. You will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the programmes including supervising a team of sessional workers and volunteers so we’re looking for someone with strong people skills – is that you?  You will also be responsible for collating evidence and compiling reports for our funders. But most importantly you will be supporting young people on a day-to-day basis.

If this sounds like the role for you, then why not apply? Send your CV with a personal statement outlining why you are the perfect person for this new role.  Please refer to the person specification attached.  Completed applications to be sent direct to

Closing date: Tuesday 5th January 2016

Interviews:     Friday 15th January 2016