Report at the General Meeting September 7th, 2009 Since October 2008 IWCT became a „Godparent” of a children’s family in Keila SOS Children’s Village and supports its family by donating sums to cover the expences of this family’s everyday life. Godparenting – where an organisation or a company takes 1 family of children under its … Read more
The Board is happy to announce that 223 228 EEK, the profits from our Christmas Bazaar, has now been transferred to Keila SOS Children’s Village to support our Family.
The Board had a meeting with Karin Andersen our Charity Liaison the first week of June to discuss possible IWCT charity recipients. Several options were proposed. As a result Carin, Janet and Maimu visited Keila SOS Children’s village last week, Keila SOS Children’s village was opened in 1994. Today they have twelve “families” living in … Read more
The International Women’s Club of Tallinn, with your help can improve the living environment for the children of Väikemõisa Small Children’s Home. The Children’s Home provides a home for approximately 40 children from 0-10 years old. Many have severe physical and mental challenges. Children come to the home from all over Estonia. We are helping … Read more