Highlights & Resources
CARE Fund Highlights
Investing in the Care Economy Works: Learning from the American Rescue Plan
This brief from the CARE Fund and The Century Foundation is one of the first to examine American Rescue Plan investments across the care infrastructure: child care, paid leave, and home and community-based.
Inside Philanthropy article featuring CARE Fund Executive Director, Anna Wadia
In an update to a 2021 article about the launch of the CARE Fund, Inside Philanthropy interviewed Executive Director Anna Wadia about the Fund’s progress and future. The field has seen a “sea change” in how care is framed – with a greater emphasis on care needs across the lifespan.
The CARE Fund at US Department of Labor Women’s Bureau and The Worker Institute at ILR-Cornell 2022 Conference
On September 22, 2022, the US Department of Labor Women’s Bureau and The Worker Institute @ ILR-Cornell co-hosted a day-long conference on prioritizing gender and racial equity for a strong and just economy. Executive Director Anna Wadia discussed the CARE Fund and the imperative that care programs funded by the American Rescue Plan are
CARE Fund Holds Learning Meeting in June 2022 on Financing Caregiving Systems & Policies
To build a robust care infrastructure, we need sustainable and equitable revenue sources and financing models. In June 2022, the CARE Fund held a learning meeting for funders on Financing Caregiving Systems & Policies. We encourage you to watch the videos. Part 1 features an in depth opening panel discussion on Care Financing
Ai-jen Poo “Care Has Momentum, Care Is Essential”
On June 28, 2021, the CARE Fund held a dynamic learning session among grantee partners, donors contributing to the fund, and other philanthropic professionals with an interest in the care agenda. Click here for a summary of the meeting and here for a full video recording. Ai-jen Poo, Executive Director of the National
Inside Philanthropy: With a $50 Million Launch, a Pooled Fund Looks to Build Caregiving Infrastructure
By Martha Ramirez A group of eight philanthropies have joined together to launch a $50 million, five-year collaborative called the Care for all with Respect and Equity (CARE) Fund. The CARE Fund, which is housed at the Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, seeks to invest in the necessary change needed to build
Funders Come Together to Launch $50 Million CARE Fund
Eight leading philanthropic organizations announced the formation of the Care for All with Respect and Equity (CARE) Fund, a $50 million, multi-year investment in bold, transformational change to build comprehensive care infrastructure that works for everyone. In this once-in-a-generation moment, the CARE Fund is bringing a powerhouse set of grantmakers