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Four people sit on top of a truck overflowing with luggage. A chair and large bucket are tied to the back of the truck, which is driving behind a similarly packed van on a dirt road. Four people sit on top of a truck overflowing with luggage. A chair and large bucket are tied to the back of the truck, which is driving behind a similarly packed van on a dirt road.

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For 75 years, CARE has led the way to a better life for millions of vulnerable people around the world.

We
save lives,
defeat poverty,
achieve social justice,
and fight for women and girls.

Here’s how we fight poverty.

CARE tackles poverty from multiple angles. See how we focus our efforts in the fight against poverty.

Here’s how you can help!

From advocacy, to letter writing, donating money, volunteering and more, there are many ways you can help.

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Today’s CARE Package is a simple gift card to say thanks to the frontline workers keeping us safe as we fight COVID-19.

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Speak Out! Advocate for CARE

Worldwide, 1.2 billion people live in absolute poverty. Most of them are women and girls. You can change that.

Learn how to become an advocate

Become a Monthly Donor

When you give to CARE, you fight against the barriers that women and girls face every day.

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