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CARE Crisis Response Campaign

Support the largest global response in CARE’s history.

A group of women wearing brightly colored clothing and white face masks sort through supplies.

Responding to the greatest challenges of our time

A woman wearing a dark blue mechanic's suit looks at the camera. Behind her is a car with the hood raised. Overlaid on top of the video is the CARE Crisis Response Campaign logo

With you by our side, CARE has spent the past 75 years tackling the world’s greatest challenges. Instead of pausing to celebrate this milestone, we are putting those 75 years of experience to work fighting COVID-19, the first global pandemic of many of our lifetimes.

CARE is on the front lines of this crisis, fighting in 100 countries to ensure the safety of millions of vulnerable people, but we need to do more. That’s why we’re asking you to join us to raise $100 million in order to build back a stronger, more equitable and secure future for all.

Learn more about our crisis response campaign

Here's How to Help

Join the Circle 75

The Circle 75 is a nationwide network of 75 philanthropists committed to a vision of a world free from extreme poverty.

Learn more about Circle 75

Join a City Committee

Join a nationwide network of committees that create a unified force to invest in women and girls as a force for change.

Learn more about City Committees

Learn how 75 years of responding to crisis has prepared us for this moment.

See the highlights below, or view the full timeline.

A large family convenes around a table filled with food items from a CARE Package. Four adults and three children huddle around a large CARE Package with canned goods stacked around it. A large group of men crowd around a truck delivering new CARE Packages. A woman sits at a desk and sews on a sewing machine. A black and white image of a man leaning over and pulling flour out of a food bag. Three Kenyan women wearing green, blue, and orange hold up young plants. A girl wearing bright red and holding a thin rope and digging tool looks at the camera. Behind her is a wide expanse of dirt and sand with a couple of trees. Two teenaged girls wearing dark long-sleeved shirts and white headscarves raise their right hands. A large group of men and women, some sporting CARE canvas tote bags, raise their hands and cheer and smile.
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The original CARE Package® is born. Lincoln and Alice Clark came up with the name - ‘Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe,' so that the initials themselves would also have a meaning – CARE.