IWCT President Brigit Westerhout, together with Katrin Borgen (Vice-President) gave an interview to the local daily Eesti Päevaleht to talk about the club’s mission in helping Estonian women and children in need. The article was dedicated to SOS Keila Children’s Village and published in the newspaper’s special edition on 6th of May 2017 in connection with Mother’s Day, celebrated each year in May. The message of the article is to stress the importance of support to SOS Keila and the family in the village that IWCT has been acting as a god parent for the past 8 years. Brigit Westerhout emphasises that: ‘Most of our members are mothers. Therefore, understanding the collective help for people less privileged in their life in Estonia, has been the main driver of IWCT’s charity missions. Anyone is capable to help but few are actually putting it in practice. The goal of our club is to make it happen permanently, as children need love and a secure living place every day.’
Estonian version of the article is available here.