To provide a forum for Black Women to identify and address issues which affect them, their families and their community, thereby enabling them to improve their lives.
The Ontario region strives to promote organizational visibility, facilitate consistency of leadership and coordinate responses to the concerns and issues of all Ontario chapters.
Membership is open to black women 16 years of age or older, OR any organization whose purpose and objectives are similar to those of the organization.
The business of the Congress is supervised by the Regional Representative.
Members elect executive members who, with the assistance of the Provincial Representative, maintain and direct the chapter and its programs.
The business of the Congress is supervised by the Regional Representative whose role is to create and support chapters, liaison with the National Executive Council, as well as communicate with other community organizations and government institutions.
Regional Meetings are held every three months and is where members from all chapters meet to review, support, and strategize for ongoing Congress advancement. Workshops and presentations are quite often a part of the Regional meeting agenda.