2015 CARE National Conference

Advocating with CARE

CARE’s annual conference was held on May 12 and 13, 2015. Click the button below to see the highlights.

Renowned Chefs Fighting Against Global Hunger at 2015 CNC

A Message from Helene Gayle

President & CEO, CARE

5 Ways to Advocate for the World's Poor

Listen to what our past attendees have to say!

The CARE National Conference: Where Your Voice Will be Heard

Are you a concerned citizen? Do you feel that you can make a difference in the lives of mothers everywhere? This is where you need to be.

We’re taking on three critically important topics in 2015: Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, Food Security and Gender-Based violence. We’re going to fully brief you on all the issues and prepare you to talk to your legislators about how critical these things are to the safety and security of people everywhere.

You will understand the issues, meet with others who share your concerns and, most importantly, you will have a voice that Congress will hear.

Our Speakers

Pulitzer Prize winners Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn will keynote on key issues affecting women and girls globally. 

Schedule of Events

Check out the program for this year's conference.

Location & Lodging

For information about booking a room for the CARE National Conference.

A Path Appears

Keynote speakers, Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn explore the roots of gender inequality, the impact of poverty and the ripple effects that follow in A Path Appears.

Our Sponsors

Thank you to our corporate sponsors for their generous support.

The Issues

Learn more about the three issue areas that attendees will learn to advocate for at this year's CARE National Conference.

Video Recap of 2014 CARE Conference

In March 2014, advocates, policymakers and partners gathered with CARE in Washington, D.C., to celebrate International Women's Day. The 239 attendees from 39 states met in Washington, D.C. on March 5 and 6 to learn about vital international development issues before heading to Capitol Hill to call on lawmakers to deliver lasting change to girls, women and communities around the world.