The aims and objectives of United for All are as follows:

  • To advance public participation in sport;

  • to provide recreational facilities or organise recreational activities with the object of improving the conditions of life for the persons for whom the facilities or activities are primarily intended;

  • to promote coaching schemes to develop the football skills of young people and to widen interest in football regardless of race, gender, status, disability or religious beliefs in accord with a positive policy to provide equal opportunities for all;

  • to promote religious or racial harmony;

  • to promote equality and diversity;
  • to promote the prevention or relief of poverty. The prevention of poverty includes preventing those who are poor from becoming poorer as well as preventing those who are at risk of being poor from becoming poor; 
  • to promote the advancement of education. This covers both formal education such as that provided through schools and universities, and less formal education, such as that provided in the community;   
  • to promote the advancement of the arts, heritage, culture or science;
  • to promote the relief of those in need by reason of age, ill health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage (including relief given by the provision of accommodation or care). This purpose may be furthered by the provision of care to those in need in a variety of settings, provision of housing for those in need (for instance by housing associations), and by relieving the effects of ill health;
  • to assist the advancement of health in the local community by the promotion of the benefits of physical activity and provision of facilities and assistance in relation to sports-related and healthy lifestyle matters;
  • to advance community development by promoting sports, literacy, numeracy, employment skills, life skills, social inclusion and social activities, together with an appreciation of arts, heritage and culture, to all sections of the community.