We are grateful for our partners listed below that committed to supporting CARE during March for our Make #March4Women campaign. To learn more about becoming a corporate partner or launching a cause marketing campaign with CARE, please contact Madden Manion at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corporate Partners Helping Make #March4Women in 2020
Banana Republic is donating $100,000 to CARE in support of P.A.C.E. - Gap Inc.’s female education and empowerment program.
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Delta Air Lines is sponsoring an innovation reception in NYC focused on women’s empowerment and transformational programs for refugees.
Nordstrom will match contributions up to $25,000 for every donation between 3/6-3/8, in addition to a $25,000 donation.
Cynthia Rowley is donating 15% of sales from a selection of products to support CARE’s work in gender equality from 3/6-3/8.
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Gap will donate $10,000 to its program partner, CARE, to fund P.A.C.E. - Gap Inc.’s female education and empowerment program.
Old Navy will donate $10,000 to CARE in support of P.A.C.E. – Gap Inc.’s ongoing female education and empowerment program.
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Other corporate partners supporting CARE’s International Women’s Day efforts include Cummins Inc., Fiserv, Global Impact, Mastercard, Olivela, Starbucks, and & Other Stories.
Throughout Women’s History Month, CARE also thanks its Leadership Partners for their annual support including Abbott, C&A Foundation, Cargill, The Coca-Cola Company, Delta Air Lines, Gap Inc., General Mills, Mars Wrigley, Mastercard, Procter & Gamble, The PepsiCo Foundation, The Pfizer Foundation, Target, and The UPS Foundation.