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Los Angeles City Committee for CARE

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As CARE both celebrates its legacy of 75 years as a humanitarian leader and boldly confronts the COVID-19 pandemic, we see a unique opportunity to inspire leaders in Los Angeles to take action to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice in the world’s most vulnerable communities.

The Los Angeles 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.

Members

Cecile Balser

Anne-Marie & Mark Cappellano

Ivelisse Estrada

Russ Frackman & Myrna Morganstern

Angela Harvey

Hilary Hoffman

Abby Pucker

Jasveer Virk

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 in Los Angeles and across the country.
  • Amplify your philanthropic impact.

Committee member benefits include exclusive access to CARE:

  • An annual meeting in Los Angeles 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 Los Angeles that feature CARE program experts and special dignitaries.

Recent Activities

  • June 24, 2020
    National Committees for CARE 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.
  • May 19, 2020
    The New CARE Package and the CARE Relief Corps Bay Area Pilot
    A virtual discussion with Michelle Nunn, President and CEO of CARE USA, Chris Noble, Associate Vice President of Corporate Partnerships at CARE USA, and Dar Vanderbeck, Chief Innovation Officer at CARE USA, about the new CARE Package, built to help individuals both in the U.S. and overseas.
  • May 13, 2020
    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.
  • May 8, 2020
    The Gendered Dimensions of COVID-19 — a briefing in partnership with the World Affairs Council

    A virtual discussion with Christy Remey Chin, Venture Partner at the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, Simran Singh, Director of Global Strategy and Gender Equality at CARE Canada, and Susannah Friedman, Senior Director for Humanitarian Programming and Policy at CARE USA, about the gender impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • May 1, 2020
    The COVID-19 Pandemic: Crisis in Developing Countries – a briefing in partnership with the Pacific Council on International Policy
    A virtual discussion with Dr. Peter Laugharn, President and CEO of Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Michelle Nunn, President and CEO of CARE USA, and Tatiana Bertolucci, Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean for CARE USA, about how COVID-19 is impacting developing countries.

To learn more about the Los Angeles Committee for CARE, please reach out to Emma Nesper Holm, Senior Director, Development and Partnerships, by email at Emma.NesperHolm@care.org.

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Recent CARE Events in LA

CARE supporters joined leaders of the Mexican domestic workers’ alliance for an educational dinner at Neroni in Beverly Hills. Advocates Marcelina Bautista and Norma Palacio shared their progress, struggles and goals of dignified work for millions of domestic workers.