Southall Black Sisters

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Southall Black Sisters is a nonprofit providing information, advocacy and support to Black women in Southall, West London.

Established in 1979, Southall Black Sisters aims to highlight and challenge domestic and gender-related violence against Black women. It runs an advice, resource and advocacy centre in Southall, as well as a counselling service, offering help with issues including forced marriage, what to do in an emergency, abusive relationships, immigration and child abduction. It also offers advice online. Southall Black Sisters offers its resources in multiple community languages, especially South Asian languages, and campaigns on issues including forced marriage, religious fundamentalism and immigration. While the organisation focuses on Black and minority women, it will not turn away any women who need emergency help.

How you can help

Time: Less than five minutes

Southall Black Sisters is not open to volunteers, but does offer information about its various campaigns for those wishing to learn more about what the organisation does.

Cost: Various

Donate to Southall Black Sisters online via cheque, bank transfer, PayPal or Virgin Giving.

Location: Southall, West London

Find out more: https://southallblacksisters.org.uk/ 

(This information was updated 25/11/21 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)

Published by Francesca

Author • Founder and Managing Director of the Do Something Directory • Still can't believe MCR reunited.

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