Christmas charity Winter Fair was held in Tbilisi's Radisson Blu Iveria hotel on December 5, 2015. Winter fair was organized by International Women's Association Georgia (IWAG) and as in all previous year we paid a visit here and bought a lot of goodies. Money spent on such fairs goes to the charity,
- Christmas Charity Winter Fair in Tbilisi Sheraton Hotel (2014)
- Christmas charity fair in Tbilisi (2013)
In this year's Winter fair a total of 23 diplomatic missions located in Georgia took participation: Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, China, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Qatar, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and United States of America.
Together with diplomatic mission local artist and craftsmen works were featured during this fair.
Basket of sweets from Latvian Embassy in Tbilisi
Wood made toys from Georgian craftsmen
Christmas trees at Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel lobby in Tbilisi
Traditional snacks from Czech Republic embassy in Tbilisi
Tulip Bulbs from The Netherlands embassy in Tbilisi
Rye bread and Riga Black balsam from Latvian embassy in Tbilisi
Teddy bears and Vodka from Polish embassy in Tbilisi
Radisson Blu Iveria hotel in Tbilisi
The International Women's Association Georgia is a non-profit, non-governmental organization and part of the International Women's Association worldwide network. Membership is open to all women 18 or above residing in Georgia. Prospective members must complete an application form. Georgian citizen membership is capped at 25% of the total association membership.
The Tbilisi IWA strives to:
- Welcome and assist newcomers to Georgia;
- Foster goodwill and friendship among association members;
- Build relationships between women of different cultures living in Georgia;
- Provide the opportunity to socialize with each other;
- Enhance our members understanding of Georgia.
Through charitable events and fundraisers, the IWA Georgia hopes to have a positive impact in Georgia
Lear more at www.iwa.ge