Atlanta Committee for CARE

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CARE USA has called Atlanta our hometown and headquarters for the past 25 years. As we prepare to commemorate CARE’s 75th anniversary in 2020, we see a unique opportunity to grow our community in Atlanta and expand our capacity to impact some of the most significant issues of our time.

As CARE both celebrates its legacy of 75 years as a humanitarian leader and boldly transforms into the CARE of the future, we are convening a diverse and dynamic group of motivated individuals in Atlanta to work shoulder to shoulder with us to build innovative, sustainable solutions to defeat poverty, respond to humanitarian crises, ensure social justice and create a world where all people live with dignity and security. We are proud to introduce the Atlanta Committee for CARE.

The Atlanta Committee for CARE is the inaugural member 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 force multiplier for change.

At this important moment for CARE – and for the world – we hope you will consider joining this group of committed global citizens in Atlanta. CARE is proud to call Atlanta home and we hope to add your voice as we build a global movement from Atlanta – our shared hometown.

Learn more about the Atlanta Committee for CARE

Leadership Group

  • Arthur M. Blank, Honorary Chair
  • Jack & Caroline Hardin*
  • Clyde Tuggle & Mary Streett*
  • John & Cammie Rice*
  • Raphael Bostic & Jeffrey Taylor


  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous*
  • Wendy & John Anzalone
  • Toni Brookner
  • Martha & Toby Brooks
  • Molly Burke*
  • Laurie & Harold Daniel
  • Carol & James Dew
  • Carole Dortch
  • Fiserv
  • Karen & Andy Ghertner
  • Pam & Bobby Glustrom
  • Karen & Mark Holzberg*
  • Henna Inam
  • Edwina & Tom Johnson
  • Jake Dale & Jason Liptak*
  • Carolyn & Martin Luond
  • Lisa & Bill McGahan*
  • Hala & Steve Moddelmog
  • Robin Moriarty
  • The Honorable Sam Nunn & Colleen Nunn*
  • Mary & Wendell Reilly*
  • Sam Sessions
  • Kristen Keirsey & William Stanhope*

*Indicates a member of the Circle 75 Founders group

Why Join?

  • Get Insider Perspectives on Global Humanitarian Issues. Gain an insider perspective on the latest thinking and strategies to disrupt cycles of poverty and effect dramatic advances for equity and sustainability. CARE has 75 years of experience on the front lines of social change in 100 countries.
  • Lend Your Expertise to CARE. Advise CARE on innovative strategies that explore new pathways to progress and support the organization’s ability to achieve impact at scale. Committee members lend their unique skills and expertise to strengthen CARE’s ability to implement breakthrough solutions.
  • Amplify Your Philanthropic Impact. Collaborate with local visionaries and changemakers to drive engagement in global issues and bring about a more just world. Join a community of philanthropists committed to raising a unified and urgent voice to meet the greatest challenges of our time.

Atlanta Committee for CARE member benefits include intimate and meaningful access to CARE at all levels:

  • An annual meeting at CARE’s headquarters with Michelle Nunn, CARE’s President and CEO, who will brief Committee members on CARE’s priority initiatives.
  • Exclusive access to invitation-only events and curated experiences that feature CARE program experts and special dignitaries.
  • An invitation to travel with CARE to the field each year to witness the impact of your support firsthand.
  • A national convening of all Committees for CARE at the annual CARE National Conference, with special VIP events and a members-only strategy meeting with CARE President and CEO, Michelle Nunn.

Join the Atlanta Committee for CARE

Upcoming Events

The Atlanta Committee for CARE will host members for networking and learning opportunities at CARE’s headquarters on the following dates. Please RSVP to or 404-979-9462.

  • February 18th, 2020: Today there are over four million Venezuelan refugees. CARE is standing up a new country presence in Colombia in response to this growing crisis. Join us to hear a frontline report from our colleagues on the ground in Latin America.
  • May 4th, 2020: CARE runs the largest micro-savings groups in the world with seven million members globally. In partnership with the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, we invite you to join us in a conversation about how CARE is bringing 25 years of expertise to our hometown.


If you’re interested in learning more about the Atlanta Committee for CARE, please reach out to us by email at or by phone at 404-979-9462.

A woman wearing a colorful patterned dress addresses a crowd of seated attendees.
Sandra Xiquin, a CARE project participant from Guatemala, shares her story during the Atlanta Committee for CARE launch.
A group of men and women in nice clothes pose for the camera.
The Atlanta Committee for CARE leadership committee sits with Atlanta philanthropists, Arthur M. Blank and Angie Blank.
A woman smiles while helping a young boy wash his hands.
A woman teaches a class on hygiene and proper hand-washing at the Safe Spaces play center in Jordan. Photo credit: Nancy Farese/CARE
A group of children gather in the Sahel region in Niger. Three of them are smiling and waving at the camera.
Children gather in the Sahel region in the West African country of Niger. The Sahel is facing a crisis of malnutrition. Photo credit: Laura Noel/CARE