The International Women's Club of Copenhagen is a non-political,
non-profit organisation founded in 1977.
To welcome and assist newcomers and their families to Denmark.
To enhance the members' knowledge of Denmark through tours to historical
and cultural sights, lectures on topical issues and other activities
To foster goodwill and friendship amongst members of all countries, and
To support philanthropic projects especially those of an international
IWC supports Club activities through its membership fees and payments from advertisers.
Full membership is open to all international women, over the age of eighteen, living in
Denmark and the Øresund region, and sponsored by one Full Member of at least a year's standing. Full
Membership is also open to Danish women who have been resident abroad for at least
2 years and have returned to Denmark not more than 2 years ago, and who are interested
in the objectives of the Club.
The Club has a general meeting 10 months of the year (excluding July and August) with
a guest speaker, followed by brunch or lunch. The Club also has a monthly coffee-morning,
normally at a member's home. Each member receives the magazine Cosmo and the IWC Membership Directory.