New term, new uniforms – thanks to UNISON

UNISON’s charity There for You has once again helped send hundreds of children back to school in new uniforms – and is encouraging parents to pledge to make the most of the old uniforms

Never too big to care

UNISON is proud to be unique among unions in having a dedicated charity, There for You, which supports our members when life gets tough.

It’s the classic win-win

Join the UNISON lottery – win cash prizes AND support our charity, There for You

There for members – how our charity helped this winter

More than 600 UNISON members struggling to pay for their heating, have been awarded over £30,000 thanks to UNISON’s dedicated welfare charity, There For You.

Food banks hope to give Britain’s ‘hidden poor’ a festive Christmas

As Britain succumbs to a poverty crisis, food banks are calling on people’s support to help those less fortunate, including children, who are facing hunger

UNISON calls for energy equality for the UK’s worst-off users

‘Thousands die each winter because they cannot afford to heat their homes’, union and campaign group Fuel Poverty Action warn

section of poster with the title: don't look the other way

Nursing professionals ‘more likely to experience domestic abuse’

Cavell Trust research shows importance of union’s support for members as well as campaigning and negotiation on ‘an issue for everyone’

Breast cancer, my union and me

Liz Potter was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in the summer of 2013 at the age of 49.

UNISON member goes topless in Birmingham for public services

Liz Potter’s double mastectomy following breast cancer left her determined to speak up for the NHS

There for You: at a time for grieving

UNISON took away some financial pressure after a member’s partner died of cancer

Countdown to Christmas – the rise and rise of the food bank

Christmas is coming – and the number of people, including UNISON members, having to rely on food banks is growing

There for You: domestic violence

UNISON offered a lifeline for a member who felt a prisoner in her own home