After a two year hiatus, the popular annual IWC Charity Bazaar took place on Sunday16th of October 2022 at Hotel Hyatt Regency Belgrade. We had a successful event with many visitors who generously contributed to the IWC's charitable mission.Click here to visit the gallery
The International Women's Club of Belgrade is a non-government, non-profit organization consisting of members from approximately 40 different countries. IWC members are ladies from the diplomatic and business communities, temporarily located in Belgrade, and local woman of the same profile with experience of membership in similar clubs from abroad.Read more
The board is made up of ladies from across the globe who are passionate about the mission of IWC. If you are interested in learning more about the International Women's Club of Belgrade, we encourage you to contact us and come to one our events.Read more
Since the official registration in 2011, the IWC have collected approximately 650,000 Euros thanks to generous donors, and all funds have been allocated to support the projects selected by the IWC Charity Committee through an application process.
The IWC held its 19th annual Charity Bazaar this year on Sunday, October 16th at Hotel Hyatt Regency.
We are very pleased to be able to support such great and diverse projects and initiatives again this year and wish all institutions every success in implementing their projects - Caritas Aleksinac, Christian Humanitarian Association Bread of Life Belgrade, Children Rights Center Association, Adventist Development and Relief Agency, Creative and Educational Center KEC, Roma Women's Center & Belgrade Center for Human Rights
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IWC Belgrade holds monthly Coffee Mornings where we spend time getting to know each other better.Read More About This
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IWC Belgrade elected a new president in May of 2022, Eun Hai Kim. Here is an excerpt from her message to IWC members:
"... I have an open door policy and will always be open to suggestions from members to enhance our activities. I also am aware that I have an important legacy to uphold from previous presidents, and will continue to work closely with the board and committees to uphold it. I will strive to create an environment of understanding, compassion, and friendship united in diversity. I'm looking forward to working with each of our IWC members and friends, and enjoy a fun but meaningful 2022-2023 year."
you can read the complete message by clicking below: