The UNITE program funds FUN! With a focus on revitalizing squadrons, increasing resilience and readiness, the UNITE Program is set up by the Air Force Services Activity to allow commanders to facilitate unit cohesion by implementing and developing team-building events and community-based activities and programs. The program is designed to benefit all Airmen in a unit to include active duty, reserve, and appropriated and non-appropriated civilian employees. There are numerous options both inside and outside the installation.
Unite programs benefit all airmen in a unit including Assigned Active Duty, Reserve, and APF/NAF Civilians. Family members may participate after paying any applicable fees.
Your installation C3 will make Unite payments on your behalf via a purchasing card, though you must ensure budget limits are maintained at all times.
All program invoices must be tax-free. Tax-exempt forms are available at the C3 office.
Food & Beverage - Must be used with a Unite event. One beverage limit per meal. No alcohol.
APF (MOA) Dollars
Equipment Rentals, Programs/activities, and Guest Speakers - Must be used for Team Building. No prizes.
UNITE funds CAN'T be used to augment holiday parties. Private Org funds may be used to cover expenses that exceed the allotted amount, but Unit Enhancement Funds and SM&W Funds CAN'T.
Candace Young is the C3 in the 4th Force Support Squadron to serve as the focal point for planning, development, and execution of the Unite Program.
She can confirm unit funding allocation, make payments on your behalf, and assist Squadron Unite points of contact to develop program events, based on a menu of innovative program options.
Ms. young will assist and advise squadron Unite points of contact (POC) to develop programs for their squadrons, but will not be responsible for the direct execution of the squadron's event. The squadron POC will be responsible for ensuring the implementation of the unit cohesion activity/event.
We are the 4 FSS Unite program. Our goals are to support SQ leaders, maximize the use of FSS facilities, measure impact, and provide maximum flexibility to SQ commanders. You use this program for any of the following reasons:
Ready to Execute (RTE):
FSS related events should be considered first as they are pre-approved, easy to implement and keep funds on the installation.
Unit Developed Events (UDE):
Squadron leaders are given the discretion to create UDPs that capitalize on opportunities available in the local area. UDPs require prior approval through the Air Force Services Activity (AFSVA) and may take up to 30 days.
Charitable work provides a cost-effective team building activity that allows co-workers to see each other in a new light and can make a significant impact in your community. Free events do not need approval, but we still need to capture the information.
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