It is my last message to you in the position of IWC President. It has been a great honor for me to hold this position for the past 2 years. We worked closely with our team and held two successful annual charity Winter Bazaars, where we raised funds for the Club's charity projects. We organized a charity concert of classical music in the Hall of the Conservatory, took part in a charity auction and all funds were forwarded to IWC charity.
Incredibly important is the work that our club performs, it has been engaged in charity work for 41 years, and it is very important to keep it going. It will be necessary for us to keep this tradition of an active and eventful agenda. More than 200 people receive monthly support from the IWC club, and we are working hard to provide stable assistance.
In addition to charity activities, the club has an active social activity, it helps women who moved to Moscow to find new social hobbies, to take their free time with interesting events. Multiculturalism, which is the main core of the club, provides an opportunity to learn more about the richness of different cultures and traditions.
The years spent in the club at this position made it possible to fully open up and adequately present our original Armenian culture. I am extremely glad that I was honored with such confidence and headed the club as the representative of Armenia for the first time in the history of the club.
I took this challenge with pride, I hope I have accomplished my mission with dignity.
I want to thank everyone for joint and fruitful work, for the time spent, for care and support.
In these difficult times, we try to continue our activity in on-line mode, to unite our dear ladies.
I wish our club prosperity, and an inexhaustible energy to us.
Spouse of the Ambassador of Armenia