WBSC is a registered charity established July 1986. The main aim is to provide a community-based provision for BME and the wider community within the borough of Walsall.

Having been established for over 30 years now, we have a proven track record and play an integral role in meeting the health and social needs of local people; ensuring that services are appropriate and sensitive and meet their identified needs.

We work in partnership with statutory agencies and other voluntary organisations; ensuring that the services we provide demonstrate equality and that cultural needs are being met.

 

Tree of Life Elderly Day Care

Tree of Life

Elderly Day Care Project

MH Project

Mental Health Project

HFSP

Housing Floating Support Project

Befriending

Befriending & Ring Service

After School Club

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women empowerment

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“To successfully provide an open quality service to the wider community of Walsall, enabling a better quality of life.”

As summarised above our main projects are:

  • Tree of Life Elderly Day Care
  • Heart to Heart Mental Health Group
  • Housing Floating Support Project
  • Befriending & Ring Around Service
  • After School Club
  • Women Empowerment Workshop
  • COVID-19 Survival Project

WBSC provides community activities to empower and develop deprived BME communities from various ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds in Walsall; addressing inequality and bringing long-lasting change to encourage community cohesion, cultural respect and a diverse community we can all be proud of.

Funded by the Big Lottery to provide community based support.

The Housing Floating Support Project is a short term service to residents in the borough of Walsall, who are living independently in any type of accommodation and are having difficulties managing their home.

We help people tackle all kinds of issues; from rent arrears & benefits, to reducing social isolation.

After School Club

The project is aimed at children in full-time education providing an after school service for children’s whose parents may be re-entering employment, taking on a demanding job, or taking up training opportunities.

The After School Club provides a collection service from local schools and provides a programme of activities for 4-11 year olds. The club is OFSTED registered with qualified staff and focuses on play activities, improving children’s social and interactive skills.

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Membership is open to all persons aged 18 or over of African Caribbean or Asian descent and living in the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall. Every person shall, before being admitted to membership, undertake to abide by the constitution and byelaws of Walsall Black Sisters Collective.

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For further details on membership, please call Walsall Black Sisters collective on 01922 616 996

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Registered Charity Number: 1009687

01922 616 996 info@walsallbsc.co.uk