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The charities that New Unity has chosen to support in recent years

  • July 2018: Sistah Space. A community-based initiative that bridges the gap in domestic abuse services for African heritage women and girls.
     
  • June 2018: Hackney Welcomes. Works with Citizens UK to support the resettlement of Syrian refugee families in Hackney by helping with items such as childcare costs.
     
  • May 2018: Four Walls. Feeds and supports London's rough-sleepers. Committed to using the views and experiences of rough-sleepers to eradicate homelessness in the capital.
     
  • Apr 2018: Southall Black Sisters. Challenges all forms of violence against women, empowering them to gain more control over their lives, live without fear of violence and assert their human rights.
     
  • March 2018: Islington Foodbank. Provides food to local people in crisis.
     
  • Feb 2018: Opening Doors London. Provides information and support services for older LGBT people in the UK.
     
  • Jan 2018: Refugee Support Network. Helps young people who are seeking safety in the UK to get into education and do well.
     
  • Dec 2017: Hackney Winter Night Shelter. Provides a hot meal and a warm bed for homeless guests who would otherwise be out on the streets during the coldest winter months
     
  • Nov 2017: The Unity Project. A New Unity initiative providing community support and legal advice for migrant families in need of urgent help.
     
  • Oct 2017: Maytree Suicide Respite Centre. Provides people in the midst of a suicidal crisis with the opportunity for rest and reflection, and gives them the chance to stay in a calm, safe and relaxed environment for free, for 4 night/5 days.
     
  • Sept 2017: The Common House. Run entirely by collective volunteer effort, The Common House is an experiment in building a commons - a space that is organised and structured by collective activity, not by money or property rights.
     
  • Aug 2017: The Hackney Pirates. Works to develop the literacy, confidence and perseverance of young people in Hackney, so that they achieve both in school and in the world beyond.
     
  • Jul 2017: You Make It. Offers personalised development and training programmes to unemployed and disadvantaged women in London's East End.
     
  • June 2017: The Unity Project. A New Unity initiative providing community support and legal advice for migrant families in need of urgent help.
     
  • May 2017: Weavers Adventure Playground (Weavers). An open-access and supervised adventure playground, that has played an essential role in the health and well-being of thousands of children.
     
  • Apr 2017: London and Gypsies and Travellers. Challenges social exclusion and discrimination of Gypsies and Travellers.
     
  • Mar 2017: Summer Hype Camp. A 7-day residential camp for Hackney school children.
     
  • Feb 2017: The Hackney Community Law Centre. Provides legal advice and representation to low paid and unemployed people, and tries to bring change by challenging local and national government.
     
  • Jan 2017: Day-Mer. A Turkish and Kurdish Community Centre that offers domestic violence support work, general advice sessions, ESOL English and literacy courses for women.
     
  • Dec 2016: Hackney Cypriots Association Refugee Appeal. Delivers aid and support to refugee children.
     
  • Nov 2016: Core Arts. Provides education, training, employment and social enterprise initiatives that enable people who experience mental health issues to overcome barriers, fulfill their potential and participate fully in their community.
     
  • Oct 2016: Immediate Theatre. Provides young people with access to art activities that break down barriers.
     
  • Sept 2016 - Hackney Welcomes. Provides practical & financial aid to Syrian refugees in the borough.
     
  • Aug 2016: The Crown and Manor Club. Provides a safe haven for boys and young men.
     
  • Jul 2016: Choir With No Name. Runs choirs for people affected by homelessness.
     
  • Jun 2016: AFTAID. Provides aid to the elderly in distress.
     
  • May 2016: The Young Women's Trust. Supports and represents women aged 16-30 struggling to live on low or no pay.
     
  • Apr 2016: Team Up. Trains exceptional university students to tutor children from low income backgrounds.
     
  • Mar 2016: Hackney Cypriots Association Refugee Appeal. Delivers aid and support to Eidomeni.
     
  • Feb 2016: Hackney Cypriots Association Refugee Appeal. Delivers aid and support to Eidomeni.
     
  • Jan 2016: CALAID. Gives humanitarian assistance for refugees in Calais.
     
  • Dec 2015: Akwaaba. Runs a Sunday social drop-in for refugees and migrants.
     
  • Nov 2015: SOAS Detainee Support. Works in solidarity with people in immigration detention centres.
     
  • Oct 2015: UNHCR. Protects refugees and helps resolve refugee problems world wide.
     
  • Sept 2015: Migrant Offshore Aid Station. A professional sea search and rescue team.
     
  • Aug 2015: Raising my Voice. Assists the most vulnerable members of society against abuse.
     
  • Jul 2015: Unfinished Histories. Records the history of Alternative Theatre, 1968-88.
     
  • Jun 2015: Pete Brennan Trust. Helps less advantaged SN school students access educational opportunities.
     
  • May 2015: Womankind. Fights discrimination, poverty and violence against women and girls.
     
  • Apr 2015: Siblings Together. Helps separated siblings in care to reconnect.
     
  • Mar 2015: Hackney MNDA. Supports Hackney residents who have motor neurone disease.
     
  • Feb 2015: Magic Me. Brings different London-based generations together.
     
  • Jan 2015:  North London Action for the Homeless. Runs a drop-in-centre for the homeless.
     
  • Dec 2014:  Steps 2 Recovery. Tackles addiction and re-offending of ex-prisoners.
     
  • Nov 2014: Steps 2 Recovery. Tackles addiction and re-offending of ex-prisoners.
     
  • Oct 2014: Growing Communities. Provides an alternative to the current damaging food system.
     
  • Sept 2014:  Catapult. Promotes equality and human rights to girls and women.
     
  • Aug 2014: Ivy Street Family Centre. Provides support for caregivers with children under the age of five.
     
  • Jul 2014: Haringey Migrant Support Centre. Provides support and advice for migrants.
     
  • Jun 2014: The Hackney Community Law Centre. Provides legal advice to relieve poverty, discrimination and injustice.
     
  • May 2014: Shakespeare Walk Adventure Playground. Provides free, quality play provision all year round.
     
  • Apr 2014: Cardboard Citizens. Makes life-changing theatre with and for homeless people.
     
  • Mar 2014: Freedom from Torture. A Medical Foundation for the victims of torture.
     
  • Feb 2014: The Black and Ethnic Minority Arts Network. An alliance to improve the quality of public art.
     
  • Jan 2014: Elfrida Society. Helps adults with learning difficulties to enjoy more meaningful lives.
     
  • Dec 2013: Hackney Winter Night Shelter (HWNS). Provides winter shelter for the homeless.
     
  • Nov 2013: IMECE Turkish Womens Speaking Group. Empowers Black, Ethnic Minority and Refugee women.
     
  • Oct 2013: Room to Heal. Supports people after extreme violence.
     
  • Sept 2013: Vasculitus UK. Supports those suffering Vasculitus.
     
  • Sept 2013: Freedom for birth. Supports women's birth choices.
     
  • Aug 2013: Kith and Kids. Supports families living with disability.
     
  • Jul 2013: Hackney Pirates. Supports literacy and promotes confidence among the young people of Hackney.
     
  • Jun 2013: Islington/Hackney Foodbank. Provides food for residents of Islington/Hackney living in poverty.
     
  • May 2013: Marie Curie Hospice. Supports those who have been diagnosed with terminal cancer.
     
  • Apr 2013: Jail Guitar Doors. Rehabilitates prisoners through music.
     
  • Mar 2013: Solace Women 's Aid. A charity for International Women's Day.
     
  • Feb 2013: North London Cares. Supports North Londoners volunteering in their community.
     
  • Jan 2013: DePaul Nightstop. Supports the homeless.
     
  • Dec 2012: St Mungos. Supports the homeless.
     
  • Nov 2012: St Joseph's Hospice. Provides care and support for the terminally ill.
     
  • Oct 2012: St Joseph's Hospice. Provides care and support for the terminally ill.
     
  • Sept 2012: Simple Gifts. A charity working to build community in Bethnal Green.
     
  • Aug 2012: Rethink. A Mental Health charity.
     
  • Jul 2012: 2020: A Unitarian charity.
     
  • Jun 2012: Save The Children West Africa Emergency Fund. Supports children in West Africa.
     
  • May 2012: Parkinsons UK. Supports those affected by Parkinsons.
     
  • Apr 2012: Show Racism The Red Card. Uses footballers to educate against racism.
     
  • Mar 2012: Equality Now. Supports justice and equality for women worldwide.
     
  • Feb 2012: Age UK. A specific fund that supports research into dementia.
     
  • Jan 2012:  Amnesty International. Protects human rights worldwide.