There for You relies on the help and support of volunteers like you to give vital assistance to people in need.
You can support There for You and help provide:
- debt advice
- listening and support
- financial assistance
- breaks and holidays
- personal advice
- foodbank referrals
About There for You
When members come to There for You – particularly those with financial problems – simple solutions are rare. We can provide financial grants to relieve the pressure while long-term answers are found.
Make a donation
All There for You grants and activities are paid for by donations from UNISON members, branches, UNISON itself and the general public. Donating to the charity couldn’t be easier.
Click here to donate via our Just Giving Page.
If you prefer to make a bank transfer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Please do let us know whether your donation relates to a particular fundraiser, and if you’re donating on behalf of a branch, please include your branch name/RMS code.
Cheques are also gratefully received. Please make them out to UNISON Welfare and post to FREEPOST UNISON, UNISON Welfare, UNISON Centre, 130 Euston Road, London NW1 2AY. There is no need to use a stamp.
Thank you for your generosity which enables us to support thousands of members going through tough times.
UNISON lottery: supporting There for You
Join the UNISON lottery for as little as £1 a month and you could win cash prizes of up to £1,000.
At least 50% of the proceeds from each draw goes towards prize money, and every entry includes a donation to There for You. UNISON members and branches can play.
Become a branch welfare officer
You can support There for You without spending money. The charity is run by a dedicated central team while local activity is coordinated by branch welfare officers.
Branch welfare officers help members apply to the charity and act as the contact person for central There for You staff. Branch welfare officers also have a role in promoting the service to members and keeping other officers and stewards informed of developments.
UNISON branch welfare officer training has two stages: a short introductory online module followed by 2 half days delivered online.
The training helps branch welfare officers to understand: their role and the confidentiality it involves; the ‘There for You’ UNISON welfare charity structure and staff responsibilities; and the application process and areas where welfare can assist members.
You can also volunteer to help at fundraising events and take part in promoting the charity to UNISON members.
If you want to find out more about volunteering please email email@example.com or call 020 7121 5620.
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