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Sisters of Watts
Founded in 2016 by Robin & Keisha Daniels
To create a healthy, productive society where ignored, underprivileged, and underserved communities are equipped with knowledge, skills and resources that can enable them to become self-sufficient.
To unite neighborhoods, promote community, strengthen families, and form meaningful
"Sisters of Watts’ goal for the past four years has been primarily focused on serving the residents of Watts with resources that are needed to help families with their immediate needs. Sisters of Watts has expanded its programs and offerings to the community by hosting free backpack giveaways, youth clean-up days in the community, turkey giveaways, toy giveaways, a peace march for youth, CPR classes, free family fun nights, a special needs shoe giveaway, free bike safety classes, free haircuts for the youth and the homeless, and our Homeless Shower of Love. We stationed our mobile home in Watts and provided a hot shower, personal hygiene packs, clean clothes, and a hot meal. We also responded to the needs of those who are
greatly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have implemented a free grab and go food program
and a meal delivery program for seniors, the disabled, and the homeless."
Robin Daniels is CEO of Sisters of Watts. She has dedicated her life to being a voice to those who need an advocate for positive change, serving others, and representing her city with pride. She was educated in Watts at Compton Avenue Elementary, 96th Street Elementary, Markham Jr. High and Thomas Riley High School. Robin learned firsthand the difference one person can make while working for the Department of Public Social Services—her first summer job in Watts. No stranger to helping people in a major way, she received a life changing call from a mother in need. That call led to her family growing from three to five. Robin became a foster mom of twin boys, one with
special needs. As a single parent, she left an indelible mark on her children, who have followed in her footsteps as entrepreneurs, community volunteers and selfless givers. Her desire is to bring her community of Watts together. Her goal is always to unify and uplift people no matter their race, socio-economic status, gender or abilities. Robin is always active in her community.
Keisha Daniels is the Co-Founder & COO of Sisters of Watts, a community-driven, nonprofit organization that is dedicated to empowering her community. Growing up in Watts, Keisha participated in community programs. Coming from a single-family home, having a good education and being active in the community
was a priority. After Graduating from high school, Keisha later received her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from California State University of Los Angeles. Keisha has been employed with Los Angeles Unified School District for the past 20 years as a Special Education Assistant, a job that she loves. Keisha’s love for people and the youth has made her a great role model to many. While working with the youth she would later start a non -profit organization with her sisters in 2017. As a community leader and activist, she has pledged to have an open-door policy to those who need her. She likes to lead by example, always trying to encourage others to stay positive. Seeing the need for help in Watts and seeing the decrease of services, she vowed to make a change in her community.