CARE National Conference
June 9-11, 2019 | The George Washington University | Washington, D.C.
The most influential advocacy event dedicated to ending global poverty and empowering women and girls worldwide.
Join CARE Action advocates, students and global citizens for 3 days of inspiring speakers, immersive advocacy trainings and face-to-face meetings with members of Congress to FIGHTWITHCARE® for foreign assistance, gender equality and U.S. leadership around the world.
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.
CARE has a limited number of travel scholarships available for the CARE National Conference. We will review applications on a rolling basis. The final deadline to submit an application is 5/24/19. If you have questions about the CARE Conference or the application process, please email: email@example.com.
What We've Accomplished
In 2018, there was an exciting win for CARE’s US advocacy work – the passage of the Women’s Entrepreneurship & Economic Empowerment (WEEE) Act. This is in part thanks to the advocacy work done at the 2018 CARE National Conference!
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.
CNC18: In the Media 1
Michelle Nunn and Sally Yates discuss the 2018 conference.
CNC18: In the Media 2
CARE is Fighting Abuse Wherever it Happens
CNC18: In the Media 3
CARE Convenes 16th Annual Conference in DC, Storms Capitol Hill to Advocate for Women and Girls