What is CARE?

CARE is a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. Founded in 1945, CARE has more than seven decades of experience helping people prepare for disasters, 4 providing lifesaving assistance when a crisis hits, and helping communities recover after an emergency has passed. CARE places special focus on women and children, who are often disproportionately affected by disasters. Last year CARE worked in 100 countries and reached more than 65 million people around the world.


CARE Action advocates on the following issues to end global poverty and empower women and girls:



Connect with your Regional Advocacy Coordinator

CARE has a team of dedicated Regional Advocacy Managers (RAMs) who are eager to help you get started in your advocacy work in the 2020 election cycle. Your RAM can also provide stategic guidance and support throughout the process.

Select your region to find your Regional Advocacy Manager (RAM):

West: Jonathan Young -

Midwest: Katie Kraft -

Northeast: Savannah Fox -

Southeast: Whitney Griggs - 



Learn about the candidates

The following are excellent sources of information on federal elections. Just click on your state to determine which Senate and House candidates are running in your state and congressional district. 


  • Review the candidate’s campaign site – what issues are they highlighting? What do they focus on in their press releases?
  • If the candidate is an incumbent, search their voting record at
  • Look into who their big donors are at