Support Us!

The IWCT is excited to host the 14th annual International Christmas Bazaar and we hope you’ll join us and become a part of this established holiday tradition for charity in Estonia.

Last year’s Bazaar raised approximately € 35,000. Beneficiaries of these funds include i.a.: SOS Estonia, Lasnamäe Children’s Center, My Dreamday Foundation, Haiba Children’s Home and Peeteli Social Center.

We would love to have your support at this important charity event. This is a fantastic way to support Estonian charities and gain recognition at an international event. 


How can you help? 

1. Donate prizes for the tombola and/or silent auction:

  • Suitable prizes include: gift cards, vouchers for services, vouchers for meals, hotel stays, trips, gift baskets, gift  items, sample products. In short: anything you would enjoy winning. Any new, quality item, gift card or voucher is welcome!
  • Please contact us at sponsor@iwct.ee and we will arrange for either collection/drop-off for the items/vouchers.

2. Support the event by making a cash donation (no amount is too small!) 

  • Bronze level (€ 325 or more) 
    • Recognition at the Bazaar as a supporter 
  • Silver level (€ 750 or more) 
    • Recognition at the Bazaar as a supporter 
    • Your company name and logo on the IWCT website as a sponsor of the Bazaar 
  • Gold level (€ 1,600 or more) 
    • Individually planned visibility, matching your wishes and needs to the possibilities: including company name and logo displayed at the event and on the website  with a link to your website – and our Facebook page

3. Donate to us directly. Any amount is welcome, no amount is too small! If you do not wish to be involved in supporting the event at a designated level, but would still like to support the charity, here is what to do: 

  • Please transfer your monetary gift to Swedbank EE072200221015679975 to IWCT marking “Charity” as the explanation 
  • Email us at sponsor@iwct.ee with your ID-code or business registry number. 

All supporters have our deepest appreciation and the knowledge that they are doing something that will benefit disadvantaged children and women in Estonia.