In the period from July 2016 through June 2019, the Club focused its charitable efforts to improve the lives of women and children in the area of education.
For three years, we sponsored local programs at the Handwerkerinnenhaus in Cologne. This organization serves girls and young women who have dropped out of school or are at risk of doing so. Providing an alternative place to learn, the Handwerkerinnenhaus motivates students to finish school and focus on a potential career. The girls gain confidence, develop a new perspective on life and realize a vocational future. This organization reaches more than 1,100 girls and women every year here in Cologne.
The AIWCC donated a total of 13,842€, which was used to fund both their Holly Wood and Mädchenprojekt Zukunft programs. Learn more at Handwerkerinnenhaus Köln.
A total of $190,000 was raised by FAWCO Member Clubs, individuals and initiatives of The FAWCO Foundation. This funding allowed CRP to ...
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In 2006, the Club received its article of incorporation as a nonprofit organization (e.V. status) and stipulated, through its constitution, a commitment to help the local and international community at large, with a specific focus on women and children. The AIWCC aligns its charitable efforts with the FAWCO Target Program’s three year cycle, with the overarching goal to improve the lives of women and children in the areas of Education, Environment, Health and Human Rights on a rotating basis. We support the Target Project as our international charity and support a member proposed local charity following careful vetting.