An international group of women coming together to make new friends,
learn about the country and city we are living in,
and giving back to the local community by doing charity work.
IWCT in Brief
The Club was established in 1993 by 4 expat women.
Our membership is everchanging with people coming and going, but we generally have 70 members from around 25 countries.
1. To help women who arrive in Estonia to settle in to their new surroundings and to meet other women.
2. To enable our members to understand and appreciate Estonian culture, traditions and history through contact with other Estonians and visits to places of interest.
3. To engage in fund-raising activities that will benefit local charities.
We raise funds for Estonian children’s or women's charities (children's homes, shelters, etc.) in accordance with our Charity Policy.
Excursions and tours
We normally meet two to three times a month. We offer our members a variety of events, a historical place of interest, a factory or possibly a guided tour.
We invite guest speakers to our social activities in order to know more about the country and society we live in.
Coffee Morning, Lunch, Dinner
A tradition to get together once a month for a coffee morning is enjoyed by many. The atmosphere is relaxed and it is a good place to introduce new members.
Lunch is a good time to catch up with our working members and to explore new restaurants in Tallinn.
Dinner: every now and then we enjoy a relaxed meal. Occasionally our spouses and/or friends are welcome to share these events with us.
Pilates, (Nordic) walking, book club, craft group, running, baby and toddler group, travel group, tennis/badminton and more to come!
We encourage members to start-up new interest groups.