Community youth workers and not for profit
Unite works alongside more than 60,000 members from a diverse range of organisations within the community, youth workers and not for profit sector.
Through our network of Unite representatives, we aim to improve working practices, protect employees’ rights and provide representation for members who need support.
At Unite Legal Services, we know that as workers in this sector you can be victims of funding cuts that not only affect employees, but service users too. We empower members to run their own campaigns to tackle these challenges and we support them every step of the way.
If you work in the voluntary, not for profit or third sector and need legal advice for work or non-work related issues, Unite Legal Services can help.
Legal support when you need it most
Unite Legal Services offers members free, expert legal support from specialist solicitors who have extensive experience of working on cases in the community, youth workers and not for profit sector.
Members will receive the best legal support available and will always keep 100% of their compensation.
As a Unite member, we can help you with other compensation claims for road traffic accidents, clinical negligence and accidents at or away from work. Your non-working family members also benefit from free legal support if they are injured in an accident or develop an industrial disease. You and your family do not need to go elsewhere, Unite is here to support you.