CARE Volunteer Event Toolkit

Host an Event

Host an event to enlist your friends and family in CARE’s work to deliver lasting change worldwide. Our Event Toolkit gives you the tools to do that successfully.

Raise Funds for CARE

You’ll help those in need by providing a convenient way for your friends to give.

Request a Speaker

Invite a CARE representative to speak at your next meeting or event — and engage your audience with compelling stories about CARE’s work empowering women and girls across the globe. 

Advocate for CARE

Add your voice to the growing chorus of 200,000 CARE advocates who engage their legislators in the issues critical to the fight to end extreme poverty. Learn more!

Got Questions?

We want to support you every step along the way. That includes answering any questions you may have.

Thank You For Your Interest In Delivering Lasting Change

Much has changed since CARE sent its first CARE Packages of food and supplies to families devastated by World War II. Today, we still deliver immediate humanitarian aid to families worldwide, but our efforts have expanded to include tools that can’t be confined to a box. We deliver lasting change by empowering women and girls, because we know that, with the right resources, they uplift themselves, their families and entire communities.  

Smart solutions to global challenges  

In 2014, our supporters helped us reach more than 72 million people through 880 poverty-fighting projects in 90 countries  Your involvement helps build upon that success by raising awareness among your networks of the need for and the impact of CARE’s work around the world. Your support helps deliver the knowledge and tools needed to tackle poverty’s underlying causes.

Thank you for taking action on behalf of people in the world’s poorest communities. We welcome your involvement and appreciate your support.

Here is how to begin.

Steal These stats

Get the facts, spread the word. 

Steal These StatsLast year CARE reached 90 million people with projects to cut poverty off at its roots.
Steal These Stats3.1 million children under age 5 die from malnutrition every year.
Steal These StatsWages rise 20% for every year a girl stays in school beyond fourth grade.