Community Cohesion Coordinator
C3 Office in Eagles Landing
1240 Andrews St.
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed Holidays & Down Days
The UNITE program funds free 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.
To get started, units will need to appoint a point of contact who will work closely with the Community Cohesion Coordinator (C3) through the process — from completing the UNITE event request form to submitting it to the Air Force Services Center (AFSVC) for approval. Units will receive funding once their request is approved. Then the UNITE POC and C3 work to get everything setup for the squadron the execute their event. See “UNITE Booklet” under QUICK LINKS for more details.
1 – Ready to Execute programs are FSS developed programs through the Bowling Center, Community Programs, Outdoor Recreation, Fort Fisher, Planet Bowl, Ten Pin Café and Compass Café.
2 – UNIT Developed programs allow squadrons to create “unit specific” programs that capitalize on opportunities available in the local and surrounding community.
3 – FREE/Volunteer Programs included squadron softball tournaments, fitness challenges, 5K runs, Habitat for Humanity, and base clean up days.
Squadrons are allotted $13.50 per person for team building programs and $5.00 per person for food. Requests must be submitted 21 days out from the event date. Funds are available from January to December, calendar year.