2016 CARE National Conference

Raising Our Collective Voices

The 2016 Conference will taking place in Washington, DC May 2-4, 2016.  

Keynote Speaker: Madeleine Albright

We're excited to announce the conference's Keynote Address from Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.

Highlights from the 2015 Conference

CARE’s annual conference was held on May 12 and 13, 2015. Click the button below to see the highlights.

2015 Conference Wrap Up

Listen to what our past attendees have to say!

Three Days of Learning, Connection and Action

Since 2003, CARE has gathered thousands of advocates, supporters, major donors, corporate partners, members of Congress, Congressional staff and members of the Diplomatic Corps in Washington, D.C. for our annual conference.  Now in its 14th year, the CARE National Conference will once again bring dedicated individuals together for three days of learning, connection and action. This powerful group of individuals who attend our conference will once again raise their collective voices to bring awareness to vital issues that have helped empower women and girls in the poorest communities around the world.

    Claudine Mensah Awute Talks of Child Marriage

    CARE Country Director of Benin/Togo tells an inspiring story of how students helped save their classmate from child marriage.

    In Case You Missed It: Recapping Day 1

    Taking a look at Day 1 of the 2016 CARE National Conference

    Location & Lodging

    For information about booking a room for the CARE National Conference.

    How Far Would You Go?

    How far would you go to advocate for the world’s poor?

    Our Sponsors

    Thank you to our corporate sponsors for their generous support.

    Program

    Take a look at the schedule of events.

    2 SPEAK OUT Advocacy

    SPEAK OUT

    Ask Congress to support policies for lasting change. 

    Video Recap of 2015 CARE Conference

    On Wednesday, May 13, 280 CARE volunteer advocates took to Capitol Hill to a record-breaking 200 meetings with U.S. senators and congressional representatives. Congratulations on an incredible success! And thank you, advocates, for all you have done to engage your leaders around CARE’s efforts to deliver lasting change to communities worldwide.