Our Partners

CARE is proud to partner with corporations that share CARE’s commitment to finding victories over poverty. We are grateful to our many partners – featured below – for their enduring support. Through generous contributions of services or funds, CARE’s corporate partners help bring hope and opportunity to families and communities around the world.

Interested in learning more? Contact Tracy Wright at tracy.wright@care.org to connect with us.

 

Featured Partners

CARE would like to acknowledge and thank our featured partners for their support during FY 2018 (July 2017 to June 2018).

Amway

Amway

Since 2014, CARE and Amway have shared a strategic partnership based on the shared goals of finding sustainable solutions to childhood malnutrition and helping people live better lives. The partnership aims to expand the use of Amway’s Nutrilite Little Bits (NLB) micronutrient product in infant and young child feeding programs to several countries. CARE collaborates with Amway by providing management support for health programming, monitoring and evaluation, and fundraising to support Amway’s vision to provide adequate nourishment in the first five years of life. In 2019, Amway and CARE are working together to bring NLB products to 40,000 children in Honduras as part of Amway’s Power of 5 Campaign.

Visit https://powerof5.amwayglobal.com/ to learn more about Amway’s goal to provide a daily serving Nutrilite Little Bits to more than 500,000 malnourished children by the end of 2019.

C&A Foundation

C&A Foundation has partnered with CARE for several years, supporting programs that align with the C&A Foundation’s goal to transform fashion into a fair and sustainable industry where all participants thrive. In Bangladesh, C&A Foundation supports CARE’s work on behalf of Myanmar refugees, providing funding to focus particularly on the psychosocial needs of refugee women. C&A Foundation and CARE have also collaborated on a program to build resilience within Bangladeshi communities, establishing action plans and launching volunteer firefighter training to address the routine shocks and stresses that hit urban slums. More recently, CARE and C&A Foundation have launched a program in Indonesia, prioritizing the need for data transparency to support labor negotiations for garment worker unions in the industry.

Visit C&A Foundation to learn more about its work.

Cargill

Since the early 1960s, CARE and Cargill — a global food, agricultural, financial, and industrial products company — have worked hand-in-hand to combat poverty and long-term hunger among some of the world’s most vulnerable communities. In 2008, CARE and Cargill launched the Rural Development Initiative to improve livelihoods, alleviate poverty, and strengthen agricultural supply chains. In this decade of impact, CARE and Cargill have touched the lives of more than 2.2 million people across 10 countries to create impact in food and nutrition security, women’s economic empowerment, and agriculture sustainability. The key has been creating a holistic approach to working with rural agricultural communities as CARE and Cargill aspire to create long lasting, sustainable impact.

Visit Cargill’s website to learn more about Cargill’s global sustainability and philanthropy efforts and the long-standing partnership with CARE.

The Coca-Cola Company

The Coca-Cola Company and CARE have been partners for more than three decades as investors in a better world. Today, The Coca-Cola Company and CARE work hand-in-hand to create significant, effective and sustainable solutions to address global water and sanitation concerns. Together, this partnership enables CARE to support initiatives like the Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN) around water and sanitation programming and the Water and Development Alliance (WADA) to bring safe water to communities in Mozambique, Morocco, and Tanzania. The Coca-Cola Foundation has generously sponsored CARE events and CARE’s emergency response activities.

Visit The Coca-Cola Company’s website to learn about these initiatives and many more.

Delta

Delta Air Lines has been a valuable CARE partner since 1988, supporting a range of CARE initiatives and programs. Through Delta’s SkyWish program, customers can allocate their frequent flyer miles to CARE, enabling CARE to channel more resources directly into projects that empower women and girls worldwide. Delta also provides critical support for CARE’s Humanitarian Fund that enables CARE’s nimble and effective emergency response. Delta also supports many of CARE’s primary public engagement events: Scale X Design, the CARE National Conference and Impact Awards Dinner. This consistent sponsorship allows CARE to bring together thought leaders, supporters and partners to innovate, advocate and fight to end poverty around the globe.

Visit Delta’s website to learn more about their community engagement and sustainability efforts.

Gap

For a decade, Gap Inc. and CARE have collaborated to advance the livelihoods, economic empowerment and health of female garment factory workers through Dignified Work. CARE acts as a key implementer of Gap Inc.’s P.A.C.E (Personal Advancement & Career Enhancement) program that aims to promote the advancement of women and girls in developing countries around the world through life skills education and technical training. This partnership and critical work currently span several countries: Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Jordan and Vietnam. Gap Inc. was also a key supporter of CARE’s Factory Health Education Project in Cambodia, which improves access to clinical services for factory workers and promotes education, awareness and prevention of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.

Visit Gap Inc.’s P.A.C.E. website to learn more about this unique program and its strategy.

General Mills

For more than a decade, General Mills and CARE have worked together with local communities around the world to support agriculture and livelihood development and promote better nutrition. Currently CARE and General Mills are helping West African communities become food secure through the promotion of food crop farming, nutrition, and economic empowerment in 27 cocoa-growing communities in Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire. The work is part of a broader multi-year program aimed at helping smallholder farmers who grow cocoa to increase their livelihoods and to improve the well-being of their families and communities.

Visit General Mills' website to learn more about their global philanthropy.

Johnson & Johnson

Since 2000, Johnson & Johnson and CARE have partnered to improve health outcomes of vulnerable populations globally. Highlights of the partnership include interventions to mitigate the impact of child marriage, women’s economic empowerment programming, and water, sanitation and hygiene projects in Ethiopia. Johnson & Johnson has also generously supported CARE’s disaster relief efforts in Haiti.

To learn more about Johnson & Johnson, please visit https://www.jnj.com/caring.

Mars and DOVE® Chocolate

Since 2015, Mars Wrigley Confectionary has supported and partnered with CARE to empower female cocoa farmers in West Africa, where 70 percent of the world’s cocoa is sourced. Through the CARE partnership, DOVE® Chocolate — a Mars Wrigley Confectionery brand — builds financial skills, offers guidance and promotes resources, including CARE’s homegrown system of microfinance called Village Savings and Loan Associations (VSLAs), to empower female farmers and improve their voice in financial decisions. Mars also engages its consumers to join its mission to empower female cocoa farmers by donating to CARE the sales of specially marked products from its DOVE® Chocolate, The Cocoa Exchange, and Ethel M. brands.

Visit the Mars website to learn more about their sustainability goals and efforts and how Mars and DOVE® Chocolate currently partner with CARE.

P&G

With a shared purpose and passion for gender equality, Procter & Gamble (P&G) has been an avid, long-time supporter of CARE. CARE and P&G have developed a strategic partnership that focuses on removing barriers to education and economic opportunity for women and girls, specifically by improving access to safe drinking water and hygiene. Since 2004, The P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program has enabled CARE to use P&G PUR Purifier of Water packets to provide clean water solutions to vulnerable populations in Kenya, Ethiopia, and emergency response. P&G and CARE also collaborate on Women’s Economic Empowerment-focused projects.

Pfizer

Through HIN NOU VIVO! (translates to “wellbeing of the family”), the Pfizer Foundation and CARE aim to reduce maternal and child mortality in Benin by integrating immunization and family planning service delivery. The Pfizer Foundation and CARE are combining collective expertise and resources to design integrated, forward-thinking solutions for women and children that are responsive to the needs of the communities in which they live. This program highlights CARE’s Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights expertise in implementing programs that provide access to high-quality, comprehensive, rights-based sexual and reproductive health care.

Visit Pfizer's website to learn more about their work and core values.

Target

Through the CARE Dignified Work initiative, Target and CARE are partnering to empower garment workers in Bangladesh, Indonesia and Vietnam. With Target’s support, CARE is drawing on its two-plus decades of experience in the garment industry to build confidence, trust, assertiveness and leadership skills for tens of thousands of female garment workers. Over the next two years, CARE will expand upon this work to build worker capacity to identify, articulate and advocate for themselves on issues that affect their well-being.

Visit Target's website to learn more about their sustainability and corporate responsibility efforts.

UPS

Since 1995, UPS has been a leading partner for CARE with a strong focus on contributing financial and professional expertise to the area of emergency preparedness and response along with supply chain management. With UPS support, CARE is better able to prepare and respond effectively to global emergencies. UPS has also been a key external champion of CARE, supporting our annual CARE National Conference in Washington, DC.

Visit the UPS sustainability website to learn more about UPS’ sustainability strategy and their continued efforts.

Global Leadership Society Corporate Donors (Lifetime Giving of $1,000,000+)

  • The Abbott Fund
  • Amway
  • Anonymous
  • Baxter International Foundation
  • Benevity
  • The Boeing Company
  • Cargill, Inc.
  • The Coca-Cola Company
  • Covance
  • Credit Suisse and Credit Suisse Americas Foundation
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Gap Foundation
  • GE Foundation
  • General Mills Foundation
  • Global Impact
  • Goldman Sachs & Co.
  • Google.org
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • JPMorgan Chase Foundation
  • Levi Strauss Foundation
  • Mars, Inc.
  • Merck & Co. Inc
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • NIKE Foundation
  • Oracle
  • PepsiCo Foundation
  • Pfizer Foundation and Pfizer, Inc.
  • Procter & Gamble Company
  • The Charles Schwab Corp. Foundation
  • Sony Music Entertainment
  • Starbucks Coffee Company
  • Target
  • The UPS Foundation
  • Visa Inc.
  • The Walmart Foundation
  • Weyerhaeuser Company Foundation

FY2018 Corporate Donors (July 2017 – June 2018, $10,000+)

  • 21st Century Fox America, Inc.
  • Accenture
  • Adventure Travel & Adtrav
  • American Express
  • Amway
  • Bank of America
  • Benevity
  • Cargill, Inc.
  • CDW Computer Centers
  • Charles Schwab Foundation
  • Chubb
  • Cisco Foundation
  • Citibank
  • The Coca-Cola Company
  • The Cocoa Exchange
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Discover Financial Services
  • The Dow Chemical Company
  • Dun & Bradstreet
  • Facebook
  • Fiserv
  • Foundation Chanel
  • Gap Foundation and Gap, Inc.
  • GE Foundation
  • General Mills Foundation
  • Give With Liberty
  • Global Impact
  • GlobalGiving
  • Goldman Sachs Gives
  • Hain Celestial Group
  • HSBC - North America
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Levi Strauss Foundation
  • Mars, Inc.
  • Marvell Charitable Fund Inc.
  • McCormick & Co Inc.
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Mondelez International Foundation
  • Morgan Stanley and Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust, Inc.
  • NetHope, Inc.
  • Paypal
  • Pfizer Foundation and Pfizer, Inc.
  • Procter & Gamble Company
  • Starbucks Coffee Company
  • SunTrust Banks Inc.
  • Sustainable Vanilla Initiative
  • Target
  • Team4Tech Foundation
  • Textron
  • The Children's Place
  • think-cell
  • UBS Financial Services Inc
  • The UPS Foundation
  • World Bank Community Connections Fund
  • YourCause