About Us

We are a charity based in North Hull aiming to support the local community through a number of different funded projects. We offer a variety of training courses and funding for local HU6 residents. We also run a number of projects designed to benefit the community.


We currently operate under five strands

  • We have a BCS registered computer suite at 501 Endike Lane. This centre is used for training people on courses such as ECDL, Digital Skills and ITQ’s.
  • We operate Unity Contracts which performs contracting work for members of the public and other organisations. Unity in Community also acts as a landlord and currently has over ten properties to let out.
  • We manage the HU6 allotments which has been a valuable asset providing education, exercise and food produce to people in the area through veggie bag schemes and the Cook and Taste events.
  • Apart from these services, we are also involved with a number of projects. We currently offer bursaries for groups and individuals of up to £500.
  • We also work with a number of other groups in the area including Looking Good Feeling good, Real Aid, Hull Northern Social Club and Interserve.


We are proud to annouce that we have recently been awarded The Duke of York Community Innitiative Award at the recent ceremony held in Rotherham. This is what they had to say about us:


[Unity in Community] works with people on one of the most socially deprived housing estates in Hull. It purchases property to rent to local people and to earn income. The property is renovated by local people who are employed either as mentors or apprentices. This in turn provides much needed income and more importantly a work ethos to families who have seen generational unemployment. It provides IT training, job seeking, counselling, debt advice, healthy eating classes, and holistic services to help get people back into the mainstream. A perfect example of The Duke of York Community Initiative in action.


Unity Training

We work in colloboration with Unity Training. If you would like to find out more about them click on the link to visit their web site.




If you like what we do and you would like to make a donation you can do so through Charity Checkout. Simply click the button below and follow the instructions:


Fundraising Event

A local group of volunteers are currently raising funds for the British Dyslexia Association and St. John Eye Hospital. They are planning a fundraising day on Thursday 2nd April, which is being held at Unity in Community. The event will raise awareness of the work these organisations do and we are inviting everyone to come along. If you would like to donate to the BDA you can do so through their Just Giving page below.




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