Walsall Black Sisters Collective is a registered charity that was established in July 1986 by a group of young Black women from Walsall. The group met to discuss issues that affected them and identify areas that were of concern. From this initial meeting they continued to meet regularly and out of this was formed the “Walsall Black Sisters Collective”. In the early years the group worked to highlight specific discriminations experienced by Black Women. WBSC grew and its aims and objectives became specific around education, training, welfare, self- help and child provision.
“To successfully provide an open equality service to the wider community of Walsall to enable a better quality of life”. (Adopted 2007)
Walsall Black Sisters Collective has grown over the years to become a well-known organisation within the community, including the voluntary and statutory sector. The organisation has developed projects to focus on the needs of children, young people, adults and the elderly.
Address: 17 Wednesbury Road, Walsall WS1 3RU
Phone Number: 01922616996