Unified Events began as an effort to create large scale events in the Caribbean by shining a spotlight on the amount of waste created within smaller communities due to thousands of yearly visitors and local residents not being aware of excessive amounts of waste generated. Large qualities of single-use plastic items and Styrofoam products end up directly in our beautiful Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean.
Dinelle Henley, Foundress – a term coined by Videographer Cristian Rhymer, of Unity Entertainment is a lover of live music events. After spending many years living stateside working within the hospitality industry in Texas and New York, the opportunity to move back to the island of her mother’s birth presented itself. After working directly within the community as a waitress at Tony's Welcome Bar, the idea of creating true impact by leading a waste-conscious community began to formulate at the end of 2016.
What better way to gather the community then music events geared towards a zero waste lifestyle? All funds raised then go on to sponsor the building of a zero waste management facility to combat waste and maintain the sustainability of these smaller communities.
Join us as we expand globally by making the effort to be more waste conscious in your own community.
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Stay tuned for further updates on our new project to plant a community garden in Texas! Many thanks to the USDA for supporting this much needed opportunity to provide gardening and healthy activity for a beautiful Brazos Valley!
Our volunteers had a wonderful time out at Brandywine Bay, Tortola on December 1st! A beach being developed by Disney Cruise lines, the area is in a state of disrepair. Many thanks again to all the volunteers that lend their time to assist with our fight against excessive waste in the beautiful Caribbean territory. …
Please join us at one or both of our clean ups this December!! Looking forward to continuing the momentum!
Thanks again to the 35 volunteers in Anegada, BVI who came out to attend the clean up at Fisherman’s Wharf. We were able to capture quite a magnitude of marine debris, tires, ropes and galvanized. Check out our team below!
We are fully committed as we head over to Anegada but join us in Cane Garden Bay for a fun day of community service!
The seedlings have arrived! Stay tuned for the upcoming gathering of Mangrove seedlings to replant throughout the territory. And our first community replant day on November 3rd in Cane Garden Bay! Hope to see you there!