Our Charity Partners

Eesti Skautide Ühing (ESÜ) Estonian Scouts

In 2021 Eesti Skautide Ühing (Estonian Scout Association) received €490 for a financial literacy course, meaning young Scouts could learn how to manage finances, budgeting and money matters.

  • Estonian Scout Association (Eesti Skautide Ühing) was founded in 1995
  • A nationwide youth organization offering non-formal education to young people
  • Goal to create a diverse environment for young people living in Estonia
  • IWCT supporting since 2010

 

https://skaut.ee
Picture source: skaut.ee website

Haiba Children’s Home

Haiba Children’s Home received €2120 to purchase new pillows and blankets along with six new beds, two musical instruments, a photoshoot and a 2 day trip activity. 

  • Haiba Children’s Home is in operation since 1999
  • Supports 4 “families” of 6 people
  • Children live in Haiba Orphanage from birth until 18 years of age or graduation
  • Children are provided with 24-hour supervision and an adult presence
  • IWCT has been supporting Haiba Children’s Home since 2013

 

https://haibalastekodu.ee/

Keila SOS Village

SOS Kelia ‘God family’ received 15,000 euro from IWCT to cover their annual budget.

  • IWCT SOS-Godfamily consists of 3 children + “Mother” (and an “Aunt”).
  • 24 hour care
  • Provides an environment where children can resume a normal life, hobbies education etc
  • Families all live in separate houses, but close together
  • Community support is felt at every step
  • IWCT has been supporting IWCT SOS-God since 2008

 

https://sos-childrensvillages.org/where-we-help/europe/estonia/keila

Lasnamäe Children's Shelter

Lasnamäe Lastekeskus (Lasnamäe Children’s Center) received Є200 towards the cost of a fun educational activity day.

  • The day shelter offers support services to 30 children with physical and/or mental disorders 
  • The night center provides rehabilitation service for 24 children with behavioural problems
  •  Children stay from Monday -Friday while they go to school, returning home at the weekends

 

Lasnamäe Lastekeskus https://llk.tln.edu.ee/

Lastekeskus Tähetorn Kopli Lighthouse

Lastekeskus Tähetorn (Kopli Lighthouse Children’s Center) received Є1500 to cover the annual cost of education activities, camps, birthdays and arts & craft materials.

  • Non-profit organisation in Kopli, Tallinn
  • Provides 30+ kids with a daily hot meal
  • Staff help with school homework and teach languages incl Estonian, Russian and English
  • The center celebrates group birthdays each month with a small gift
  • Open to children since 2003
  • Supported by IWCT since 2013

 

https://lastekeskus.ee/

My Dream Day Minu Unistuste Päev

Minu Unistuste Päev (My Dream Day Foundation) received Є500 to cover the annual cost of purchasing big and small donation boxes plus fundraising material.

  • The charity foundation fulfills dreams of severely ill children in Estonia
  • In 2021 the Foundation will celebrate its 10th anniversary
  • The foundation arranged 100 + individual dream days (pre pandemic)
  • Focusing mainly on family events and activities at hospitals
  • IWCT has supported Minu Unistuste Päev since 2012

 

https://www.minuunistustepaev.ee

Peeteli

Peeteli Kiriku Sotsiaalkeskus received Є1200 to cover the annual cost of an educational summer-camp.

  • The center is open 24/7
  • 135 + disadvantaged families with children on regular support
  • Provides children with daily meals, a hot shower and help with school work
  • 20 children from Kopli area in Tallinn sleep at the center during weekdays
  • The center runs purely on donations, dependent on permanent donors, supplemented by sporadic donations
  • IWCT has supported Peeteli Kiriku Sotsiaalkeskus since 2008

 

http://www.peeteli.com

Tallinna Lastekodu Nõmme keskus, Ema ja Lapse Turvakodu

Ema-ja-lapse-turvakodu Nõmme (Mother and Child Shelter Nõmme) has received €636 for bed sider lockers.

  • State-financed institution ‘Tallinn’s Children’s Home ‘consists of 14 different units
  • Mother and Child Shelter is one of them (a small shelter for battered women)
  • IWCT has supported the Shelter since 2012 with basic emergencies & furniture etc
  • Ema-ja-lapse-turvakodu was IWCT’s charity of the month in May receiving €60 & sanitary products


IWCT has funded Ema-ja-lapse-turvakodu Nõmme since 2006.

https://tallinnalastekodu.ee/teenused/ema-ja-lapse-turvakodu

Vanem Vend, Vanem Õde Big Brother Big Sister

anem Vend, Vanem Õde (Big Brother Big Sister) received Є750 to cover the annual cost of spring/autumn training and an educational summer-camp.

  • Volunteer-based charity organization in Tartu
  • Goal: provide for children from families with different social-economic risks
  • Arrange quality free time-activities
  • One event a month for children and their support-person
  • Offer positive examples of role models
  • IWCT supporting since ****

 

https://www.vanemvendvanemode.ee/