CARE National Conference in Washington, DC - CARE

CARE National Conference

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This June, we invite you to the 19th annual CARE National Conference. Join a community of globally-minded advocates, learn about the latest issues affecting women and girls around the world and meet members of Congress to raise your voice in support of a more just and equal world.

2022 Speakers

Dr. Chelsea Clinton

Vice Chair, Clinton Foundation

Laura Coates

CNN and SiriusXM Host, Senior Legal Analyst

Michelle Williams

Grammy Award-winning Singer/Songwriter, Author, Actress, Mental Health Advocate


Sunday, June 5, 2022

Start building your advocacy knowledge and catch up with other advocates through fun networking opportunities.

Monday, June 6, 2022

Hear from women leaders from around the world who will break down critical global issues.

Channel your energy and voice to end poverty and advance social justice issues in support of women and girls globally.

The evening plenary will be livestreamed for virtual audiences, click here to learn more.

Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Influence policy when you meet with members of Congress and their staff. Due to shifting protocols on Capitol Hill, your meetings may be offsite and/or virtual.

Can’t make it to the conference in-person?

Join CARE on Monday, June 6, 2022 at 7pm for a special livestream of the conference plenary in Washington, D.C. from the comfort of your space. Click here to register.

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CARE Virtual Summit 2020 Highlights

Check out some of our favorite moments from the 2020 conference.

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2019 Highlights

CARE advocates and CARE Ambassadors Bellamy Young, Danielle Savre, and Holland Roden gathered in Washington, DC.

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