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Partners for Change

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What is Partners for Change?

Fighting against poverty requires ongoing, regular support to empower women and girls to be a force for change. CARE Partners for Change is our recurring giving program where your steadfast contributions go to work every day to fight against hunger, disaster, and disease. There are many benefits of your recurring giving like the ability to contact your personal Partners for Change representative, Faith Anderson, with your questions and concerns. You can reach Faith directly at 800-422-7385 or through the form on our Contact page.

Benefits of your recurring giving

As a Partner for Change, you’ll receive the following:

  • Your official Partners for Change supporter card to carry with pride.
  • A free decal that lets everyone know you help change lives through CARE.
  • Exclusive early access to CARE events and limited-time matching gifts.

Your regular support also makes it possible for us to minimize our fundraising costs, so that we can put more of our resources directly into disaster response, education for women and children, innovative solutions, and more to help those who need us most.

As a committed CARE Partner for Change, your regular gifts are at work to:

  1. Provide immediate assistance for children and families during crises.
  2. Ensure families living in poverty have access to nutritious food, clean water, safe shelter, and proper healthcare.
  3. Empower women and girls through education and economic opportunities, like Village Savings and Loan Associations.
  4. Support long-term solutions to poverty and injustice that create sustainable change.

To become a donor, join here: care.org/pfcmonthly

Ways Your Impact is Helping CARE

At CARE, we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. Our work takes many forms, including:

Crisis Response

Whether it is a sudden emergency or an ongoing crisis, CARE works to aid people in need around the world.

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CARE helps to strengthen local health systems and increase access to quality health services, including sexual and reproductive health and rights services.

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Food and Water

Over the last few years, conflict and climate change have caused food insecurity to increase every year. CARE is working to fight the global hunger crisis.

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Education and Work

CARE works to help women succeed throughout their lives, from school to work. It’s good for the world, and it’s the right thing to do.

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Thanks for making this work possible.
We can’t do it without you and your dedicated support.