The West Island Black Community Association (WIBCA) is a chartered, non-profit community organization that was founded in 1982 to respond to the needs of the community.
Membership is, and has always been, open to anyone who shares our aims and objectives.
Services are provided to all, regardless of ethnic origin, gender, religion or race.
The goals of the West Island Black Community Association are those listed in our Mission Statement as listed below:-
- To educate the public on health issues, various cultures and multiculturalism.
- To relieve loneliness and isolation associated with aging by providing recreational educational and cultural activities t senior citizens.
- To operate a drop-in centre for youths providing counselling, educational and recreational activities in a supervised setting. To provide academic scholarships to youth for the purpose of furthering their education.
- To do all such things that are ancillary and incidental to the achievement of the above charitable objectives.
- To raise funds, collect and receive monies and property by contributions, gifts, legacies, bequests and grants to be used to promote and foster the objectives of the Association