2010 CARE National Conference with Meredith Women Making a Difference
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

On May 11 and 12 2010 join us to Demand a World without Poverty

Registration for the CARE National Conference is closed.
Please visit http://www.careconference.org/ for more information

Meredith Women – Making a Difference 

Photo by: David Snyder/CARE
Journalist Gwen Ifill with last year’s More participants

Last May we invited 40 More readers to Washington DC to learn and be inspired at the CARE National Conference.  There was an overwhelming response, and 50 women joined on learning about empowering women in the developing world, the impacts of climate change, food and hunger and what we can do as ordinary citizens to make an impact.

This year Meredith and More will again join CARE for the “Many Voices. One Movement” National Conference May 11 – 12, 2010 in Washington DC and this time we’d like for 100 of you to come along.

Join us for two days of political action, learning and inspiration, and special speakers!  You’ll also be trained on how to advocate for on Capitol Hill, using your new skills in meetings with your own U.S. senators and representatives.

CARE brings together top activists and issues experts committed to women’s empowerment, equity and social justice. Meet passionate people like you from around the world, and attend exclusive, Meredith-only events with Editor Lesley Seymour, Editor Sally Lee and special speakers.  Want to be part of a movement that is bringing hope to millions of poor women, families and communities around the world?  Join us! Only 100 readers can be included, so buy your ticket now!

For lodging and general conference information, please visit http://www.careconference.org/

Existing users must be logged in to register for this event

You are an existing user if you have ever made an online donation to CARE, taken an advocacy action, signed up for our e-mail list, responded to a survey, or registered for an event. If you do not know your login information, the log-in page will provide you a number of ways retrive your information. After logging in, you will automatically be returned to this page.

Admission is $100.
This event is only open to U.S. residents.
Admission fee is non-refundable.

Share this with your friends!

  | More

Start Date:
End Date:  

We're sorry, the deadline for buying tickets for this event has passed.


Related Links


Conference Homepage