CARE National Conference
The CARE National Conference is the most influential advocacy event dedicated to ending global poverty and empowering women and girls worldwide, and this year was no different!
This year more than 250 advocates secured meetings on Capitol Hill with senators and representatives to share why their leadership matters for protecting U.S. foreign assistance and safeguarding women and girls’ rights in emergencies. When we speak up, our elected officials listen and we help CARE eradicate poverty, fight injustice, and empower women around the world.
Stay tuned for more updates from the 2019 CNC. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thank you to our 2019 Keynote Speaker:
If you attended this year's conference, consider taking five minutes to tell us about your experience and how we can do better next year. This is a critical moment for advocacy, and #CAREcon is just the beginning!: Survey
Photo and Video Highlights
Check out some of our favorite moments from CNC 2019 and make sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to see more highlights and stay involved!
Sign the Petition
If you weren't able to join us on the Hill, you can still join our advocates and tell Congress to protect foreign assistance in Central America by signing this online petition.
A Look Back
At the 2018 conference, over 800 people from 38 states and 9 countries came together to represent CARE’s issues. Speakers included former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, Senator Amy Klobuchar, Anchor and Managing Editor of PBS NewsHour Judy Woodruff, Senator Cory Booker and more.
Stay involved with CARE Action! throughout the year. Backed by decades-deep expertise, data, and a nationwide network, CARE Action! and its member advocates are igniting a movement and producing positive change.
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Jose Andres honored at CARE's GLN Awards Reception
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Michelle Nunn and Sally Yates discuss the 2018 conference
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CARE storms Capitol Hill to advocate for women and girls