The Tiffany Circle is an international network of women who are united in supporting the humanitarian mission of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.
Humanitarian needs are vast and will increase further in the years and decades ahead, due in no small part to climate change. Not all crises receive the same level of public attention, however, and not all of the countries and regions affected are supported according to their humanitarian needs. People suffer in silence away from the media spotlight. We want to give them a voice. The Tiffany Circle unites women committed to doing more than simply donating money – women who provide hope and optimism, in the immediate and long term.
Founded in 2006 in the US with the aim of helping people in need, there are already Tiffany Circles in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, the Netherlands and Switzerland, with more than 1,300 women involved. We are establishing a Tiffany Circle in Germany in 2023 under the umbrella of the German Red Cross.
Together with our founding members, Stephanie Schorp, Virginie Briand and Janina Kugel, we want to motivate women in Germany to become part of this exceptional network. Read on to find out why our founding members are active in supporting the Red Cross.
The women who get involved in the Tiffany Circle worldwide are motivated by factors that are as varied as the tasks undertaken by the Red Cross. But all share the same belief – that we can achieve something in the world when we combine our strengths.
For the Tiffany Circle Germany, we are looking for pioneers, doers and initiators – women who want to use their personal skills, time and financial means to make a difference, determined philanthropists with forward-thinking ideas, visionaries who can communicate in a way that motivates and enthrals. Women for whom humanity, diversity and cohesion are more than just words. Because they know: we all benefit from the common good.
Would you like to get involved in the Tiffany Circle Germany or do you have any questions? We’re here to help.