Black Country Women's Aid

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Charity details

Registered address
21a Landchard House,Victoria Street
West Bromwich,West Midlands
B70 8HY

Phone
0121 553 0090

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Charity number
1032298

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Black Country Women's Aid“They helped me to regain my confidence and rebuild my life.”
“When I came here my hands were empty…now they are full of happiness.”

Black Country Women’s Aid (BCWA, formerly known as Sandwell Women’s Aid) is an independent charity which has been supporting victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence in the West Midlands for the last 30 years.

We offers sensitive and holistic support and refuge which help victims of domestic abuserape and sexual abuse, sexual exploitationmodern slavery and international human trafficking to escape from violence, cope with trauma and move on with their lives.

Over the years we have grown from a small refuge in Sandwell to a diverse organisation which supports over 9000 women, children and men across the West Midlands every year.

We believe that no-one should have to live in fear of violence and abuse. We listen, we support, we care… and we’re glad that you do too.

“You have really helped me get back on my feet even when I thought the world was crumbling. Thank you so much for being there for me and restoring my life”

Your donation can help us to help survivors of abuse rebuild their lives: 

£5 could pay for an arrival pack to welcome a child arriving in refuge who has had to leave their home with nothing 

£10 could pay for an emergency care pack of milk, nappies and wipes for a mother and baby arriving in refuge

£20 could pay for our 24 hour domestic violence helpline to be staffed for an hour so we can respond to people when they need us

£30 could pay for a one-to-one counselling session for a distressed victim of sexual violence, helping them to overcome the trauma of abuse

£50 could pay for an awareness session for teenagers around teenage relationship abuse, helping them keep themselves and others safe and healthy

£100 could pay for interpreting services to give a voice to vulnerable women who have been trafficked internationally

£200 could pay for a Christmas party for children and families in refuge, offering an important chance for fun and friendship to people in the most difficult circumstances

£500 could play for a play worker in refuge for a week, to work with mothers and children to build strong relationships and move past the trauma of their experiences

£1000 could pay for a poster and leaflet campaign around Sandwell to warn vulnerable young people about the dangers of sexual exploitation, making sure we reach those who really need us

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