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2015-2016 HIGHLIGHTS

Youth Reached


Weekly programs executed


Youth per program on Average


Youth in Weekly Programs

200,896 YOUTH REACHED 2012-2016

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Unity’s INSPIRE Program: Maritimes Tour (November 2016)

In November of 2016 Unity Charity sent a team of artists to complete it’s longest tour to date. 21 days, 2 provinces, 3 cities and two teams later the artists returned to Toronto from traveling to Halifax, Quebec and New Brunswick.

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During these 3 weeks, there were over 10,500 students reached with inspire messaging via Unity Day presentations and over 2,200 students reached with inspire messaging via in depth Unity Day workshops.

One mural was painted in Halifax and the team held a community showcase event in both Halifax and New Brunswick. The artists also got to participate in their crafts outside of Unity at local events. Adrian Bernard (Switch B) was invited to headline a poetry slam where as Jessey Pacho (Phade) and Rock (Erin zimerman) were invited to paint one of Halifax’s legal graffiti walls.

Overall, this tour was a HUGE success, complete with a promposal (see above!). On the local front, 7 unity days have happened in Ontario since the east coast tour, utilizing new recruits partnered with seasoned unity veterans to execute these events. One mural was done locally, with another 3 tentatively to happen between April & May. In March a Unity team will be delivering a Unity Day tour to Fort McMurray and the same in May, both for 3 weeks, utilizing a newly created skit as a core piece of these Unity Days.


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    Marcus Lomboy, Toronto

    Until his grade 12 year when UNITY came to his high school, Marcus Lomboy had no clue as to how powerful the spoken word poetry he performed...

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    Jordan Bailey, Calgary

    My story with UNITY started in 2011. UNITY not only encouraged me to embrace my love of dance but provided me with necessary tools to sharpen...

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    Erine Thai, Calgary

    UNITY has given me the opportunity to find my voice and speak my mind in a way that I am truly passionate about, and for that I am forever...

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    Jane Souralaysack, Toronto

    My name is Jane Souralaysack and I am a UNITY Artist. I love to dance and beatbox because it has provided me with amazing opportunities...


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