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Boston City Committee for CARE

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As we commemorate CARE’s 75th anniversary in 2021, we see a unique opportunity to grow our community in Boston and expand our capacity to impact some of the most significant issues of our time.

The Boston Committee for CARE is part of a nationwide network of committees working as a unified force to lead, energize and resource a shared vision of investing in women and girls as a multiplier for change.

Learn more about the Boston Committee for CARE


Bill Mosakowski, Honorary Chair

Elizabeth Gorman and Mark Kritzman

Deva Hirsch and Stuart Peskin, Honorary

Farida Kathawalla, Honorary

Steven Kelley

Why Join?

  • Get insider perspectives on global humanitarian issues directly from CARE leadership and experts in the field, including on our COVID-19 response.
  • Meet other changemakers across the Northeast and beyond
  • Amplify your philanthropic impact.

Committee member benefits include exclusive access to CARE:

  • An annual meeting in Boston with Michelle Nunn, CARE’s President and CEO, who will brief Committee members on CARE’s priorities and initiatives.
  • Access to invitation-only briefings and virtual events in Boston that feature CARE program experts and special dignitaries.

Upcoming Events

Throughout the year we host national City Committee events that will take a deep dive with our experts. Please join us and CARE City Committee members across the country in Atlanta, Washington DC, New York City, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco/Bay Area, and Los Angeles.

National Committees for CARE and Global Leaders Network Briefing: 2021 Outlook Call – 100 days of the Biden Administration featuring Amb. Samantha Powers
February 3, 2021 | 2-3pm est
For further details or to register, please email 

Past events:

  • September 30, 2020 | National Committees for CARE and Global Leaders Network Briefing: 2020 U.S. Presidential Election Deep Dive with Charlie Cook. An insider’s look at key 2020 races across the US with trusted nonpartisan Editor and Publisher of The Cook Political Report and NBC News Analyst, Charlie Cook.
    View the recording here. 
  • July 21, 2020 | National Committees for CARE Conversation Series: Gender-Based Violence in Times of Crisis
    A virtual presentation and discussion with Amy O’Toole, CARE’s Gender Programming Director based in Rwanda, and Aisha Rahamatali, CARE’s Regional Advocacy Coordinator based in Cote d’Ivoire on what CARE is doing to address gender-based violence in times of crisis. We will also have an opportunity to hear from Actor and CARE Ambassador Bellamy Young who traveled to Rwanda to witness firsthand CARE’s impact in communities and families.  View the recording here. 

  • June 24, 2020 | National Committees Conversation Series: CARE’s First-Ever Programs in the U.S.
    A virtual presentation and discussion of CARE’s first-ever foray into providing services in the United States, followed by break-out sessions by region. Guest speakers included David Ray, Acting Executive Director of U.S. Programs, Ryan Shepherd, Project Lead for the CARE Innovation Hub, and Alexandra Moncada, CARE Ecuador Country Director who highlighted the contrast between the U.S. crisis and what is happening in South America, including the Venezuelan refugee response. View the recording here. 
  • May 13, 2020 |National Committees  Conversation Series: CARE’s Food Security Pandemic Response Program
    A virtual discussion with Juan Echanove, Senior Director of Food and Water Systems at CARE USA, and Tjada McKenna, Chief Operating Officer at CARE USA, about the impact of COVID-19 on global food security and nutrition. View the recording here. View the recording here. 


If you’re interested in learning more about the Boston Committee for CARE, please contact Anne Sjolander, Director of Development, by email at or phone at 617-309-7851.