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Circle 75

A man holding a CARE Package walks through the rubble of Berlin with his son and daughter.

To help CARE prepare for the road ahead, we are launching the Circle 75, a nationwide network of 75 committed philanthropists who will support CARE’s vision of a world free from extreme poverty by sharing their expertise and investing in CARE’s future.

CARE was founded in 1945 when 22 American organizations came together to rush lifesaving CARE packages to survivors of World War II. Today, nearly 75 years later, CARE is global leader in the worldwide movement to end extreme poverty.

Over the last 75 years the CARE package has evolved from a cardboard box filled with rations and notes of support to a wide-reaching portfolio of over 950 poverty fighting projects that focus on empowering tens of millions of women and girls across 100 countries.

As CARE commemorates its 75th anniversary in 2021, we are at a unique inflection point. We have made significant progress in the fight against extreme poverty, but there is still so much more to do. To help CARE prepare for the road ahead, we are launching the Circle 75, a nationwide network of 75 committed philanthropists who will support CARE’s vision of a world free from extreme poverty by sharing their expertise and investing in CARE’s future.

At this important moment for CARE – and for the world – we hope you will consider joining this group of committed global citizens.

Learn more here.

Members

Molly Burke

Heinke Clark

Jake Dale & Jason Liptak

Fabiola De Castro & Eduardo Castro-Wright

Caroline & Jack Hardin

Karen & Mark Holzberg

Ceree Eberly

Lisa & Bill McGahan

The Honorable Sam Nunn & Colleen Nunn

Mary & Wendell Reilly

Cammie & John Rice

Kristen Keirsey & William Stanhope

Mary Streett & Clyde Tuggle

Anonymous

Join

Each Circle 75 member commits to a $75,000 gift to CARE given over the next three years. Circle 75 gifts will be pooled together and invested in an area of either greatest need or greatest opportunity by CARE’s President and CEO, Michelle Nunn.

Circle 75 benefits include:

  • A founder’s only annual private gathering with CARE President and CEO, Michelle Nunn, for the President’s Report on the impact of Circle 75 investments.
  • Invitation to an exclusive 75th anniversary celebration that will culminate in an exciting launch of the new CARE Package during a special field visit to Africa, Asia or the Middle East.
  • Insider access to intimate dinners and conversations with CARE’s leadership teams from country offices around the world to better understand the challenges CARE is facing on the ground.
  • Recognition as a Circle 75 Member at CARE’s Atlanta Headquarters.

To join the Circle 75, please email Andie Bobb, Executive Director at CARE, at circle75@care.org. To make a payment on your Circle 75 pledge, please click here.