ABOUT UNITY DAY
No matter what skills you have and whatever time you can donate it goes to making Unity Day happen. The best way to get involved is to come to a meeting: dates on Home page. Get in touch using the contact form below.– help distribute posters, take minutes, help set up on the day, or clear up the day after……. – anything else you can think of!
Our Next Public Meeting Wednesday 4th April 2018 at 7:30pm Wrangthorn Church Hall St Augustine’s Parish Church. Hyde Park Corner Leeds
All Are Welcome To Attend. Contact Us For More Info
MAKE A DONATION
Raising money gets harder every year it seems. We are a not for profit volunteer only group. Please help make unity day a success by donating a small amount towards our efforts. You can donate any amount with the PayPal button below. PayPal – The safer, easier way to pay online. Thanks
A few things we’re great at
All of our events are paid for through grants and team fundraising, which has included car boots sales, gypsy and folk music nights, jumble sales, dub sound clashes, sponsored leg waxing and various band nights.
Hyde Park Unity Day has always included live music and performance as a core part of the event and we are finding large numbers of bands and musicians wanting to perform – more than can be fitted into the programme. This policy has been prepared in order to provide fair guidelines that help the management team decide which performers to select.
“Being involved in the Unity Day Panto is a uniquely rewarding experience. Having never done anything theatrical before, I have written scenes, made sets and helped with production and stage management in a truly supportive environment encouraged by the many theatre professionals involved
Each year a new team evolves through social contacts and public meetings where any and all are welcome to join in to make a positive contribution of ideas and energy.
Some Of Our Projects
We have a Management Committee to help us stay on course with budgeting and planning and Area Co-ordinators who organise the diverse areas which make a day everyone can enjoy. Every year there is a core of people that may have been involved in previous years, but we are always on the lookout for new talent.
“I love being involved with the panto as I got to meet some fantastic people from the local community. I had loads of fun getting covered in paint making props, and one year I somehow ended up singing on stage which I never thought I’d ever be able to do!”(Lucy)
A team-building obstacle course for kids and adults created by a local collaborative community made up of a variety of professions, trades and crafts.
FUNDING & HELPERS
thanks to anyone and everyone that has worked hard to keep Unity Day alive for twenty years. Unity Day Starts With You!
As a volunteer with Unity Day you can expect to: Be safe Be valued and respected as an individual Receive information about Unity Day meetings, plans and activities Be supported in your volunteering role Have a voice in decision making Belong to a group and share our identity Participate in events and social activitiesContact Us
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A big thanks to all of our sponsors
Please feel free to contact us through this e-form. We will get back to you ASAP