Medal instituted on 17 September 1892 by King Albert on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Albert club, whose patron was Queen Carola.
Medal awarded for charity during the war and in the peacetime.
Medal have III classes: gold, silver and bronze.
On the obverse of the medal is a portrait of Queen Carola, and an inscription «CAROLA KOENIGIN VON SACHSEN».
There are two types of medals, which differ in the inscriptions on the reverse. The reverse of the type I (1892 - 1915) have the inscription «GESTIFTET ZUM 25 JÄHRIGEN BESTEHEN DES ALBERT-VEREINS IN SACHSEN 1867-1892 FÜR HILFREICHE NÄCHSTENLIEBE». The reverse of the type II (26 February 1915 - 1925) have the inscription "GESTIFTET FÜR HILFREICHE NÄCHSTENLIEBE".
The diameter of the first type medal - 27.9 mm, second - 27.95 mm.
Total was awarded with first type: 46 gold, 1000 silver and 1000 bronze; second type: 6 gold, 300 silver and 860 bronze.