Welcome to the Unified Community
Unified Industries Inc. has a legacy of community service that spans four
decades. We partner with organizations that share our commitment to giving back
whenever possible, and add value to programs that empower children and the
socially and economically disadvantaged members of our community. We also
recognize the dedication and sacrifice of the members of the armed forces. The
Unified Community fosters growth and provides opportunities for veterans who are
making the transition from their service to our country to becoming valued
members of the civilian community.
Unified Community celebrates the achievements of students and teachers of every
age who fuel the growth and spread of knowledge in the United States and
worldwide. The members of the Unified Community display the fruits of education
both in their work and in their families. In addition, they share their time
and treasure with several foundations.
Health and Hope of Children:
The Unified Community partners with charitable organizations to raise funds to
benefit children in need, including those who are disabled or face health
issues. These groups provide a safe haven and nurturing environment to
Support for veterans: The
Unified Community participates with numerous organizations in opening
opportunities for veterans in entrepreneurship and employment following their
service to our country. Programs include job readiness, workplace training and
Special focus is given to foundations that are
Internal Revenue code 501(c)(3) organizations.
The Stan Lee Foundation is dedicated to supporting programs and ideas that:
Provide people access (all ages) to literacy resources helping them to
participate and communicate in an engaged, and interdisciplinary,
learner-centered environment for self-improvement and self-sufficiency.
Promote diversity, national literacy, culture and the arts.
Embrace innovation, integrity and scholarly and artistic engagement to build a
community of learners, collaborators and creators.
Black Women United for Action
Black Women United for Action (BWUFA) is a community service
volunteer organization that uses a "grassroots" hands-on educational approach to
voice the needs of at-risk children and women, to heighten their achievements,
and to improve the lives of vulnerable families. BWUFA assist citizens in
obtaining and utilizing information on social, cultural and educational issues.
BWUFA’s principal programs are:
Chantilly Mews, a project that provides family case management,
employment counseling, family crisis intervention, and educational enrichment
Slave Memorial Project, an annual wreath-laying designed to
strengthen a better understanding of the cultural origins of slaves. Associated
with the project is the Nikki Giovanni’s Writers Guild, which welcomes youths,
ages 13-18 to participate as ushers and readers during the annual Slave Memorial
Women’s History Project, which heightens awareness of local
women’s achievements to recognize the presence of women who strengthen the
International Outreach to assist Christian Relief Services that
provides emergency supplies to Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Kenya, Mozambique,
Voter Education, a project to provide awareness of today’s
political issues, especially to young people who are preparing to vote for the
Parren J. Mitchell Foundation
The Parren J. Mitchell Foundation secures educational and
business opportunities for deserving students and fosters awareness of the
Nation’s mandate and struggle for equal access. The Foundation has three
The Mitchell Fellows Program – comprehensive training and
mentorship that puts students for Historically Black Colleges and Universities
on the path to successful entrepreneurship and community leadership;
The Mitchell Foundation Mentorship Program – financial support to
minority high school, college, and adult students;
Endowed Chairs Program – chairs in Public Policy and Business at
Historically Black Colleges and Universities.