CARE - Fighting Global Poverty and World Hunger
A woman wearing a light blue dress holds a small child, while someone else wraps an arm band around the child's upper arm to measure its width. A woman wearing a light blue dress holds a small child, while someone else wraps an arm band around the child's upper arm to measure its width.

5X MATCH: HELP FIGHT FAMINE

More families are threatened by famine as war and extreme weather create a global hunger crisis. You can help: give now.

Here’s how you can help!

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

Send a CARE Package®

Help us send CARE Packages to reach families in crisis.

Give today

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.

Start donating today

Here’s how you can help!

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

Join the fight. Sign up for our mailing list.

Text CARE to 227387 to stay connected.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Latest News & Stories

Floods in Pakistan: “This is What the Climate Crisis Looks Like”

Since catastrophic monsoon rains submerged wide swaths of the country in flood waters, thousands of Pakistani families have been forced to flee, and more than 1,500 people have died. Experts say the situation for communities in flood-affected areas is getting worse by the day, particularly for women and girls like Mai and Zarbano, featured here. CARE officials are concerned the continuing damage will spur an outbreak of waterborne diseases, including diarrhea and cholera, which will make the already dire situation even

Read More

Bangladesh: “Girls are fighting child marriage. And they’re winning.”

Anannya dreamed of playing soccer, but as a girl in a small village in Bangladesh, she says it was “unthinkable.” CARE’s Tipping Point program has worked to support girls and their families in areas like Pirgacha, Bangladesh as they push back against harmful gender norms that push adolescent girls into child marriage.

Read More

Joint Statement by 30 Non-Governmental Organizations Operating in Yemen on the Occasion of the 77th United Nations General Assembly

After enduring more than seven years of brutal conflict the people of Yemen have finally had the opportunity to experience what it means to feel hopeful.

Read More

Latest News & Stories