I Am Powerful Councils
I Am Powerful Councils are groups of influential individuals (mainly women) who come together in cities across Canada to raise awareness and funds for CARE's work in lifting women and girls out of poverty. Members inspire others in their communities to help CARE empower women and girls in the developing world. This movement started in Montréal in 2011 and councils are now forming in cities across the country. Each I Am Powerful council is unique because all members joining them are unique. Their common thread? Engaged and passionate people willing to make a difference in the world.
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Why should I join an I Am Powerful Council in my city?
- You are passionate about making positive changes in the lives of women, girls and their families in developing nations
- You want to join like-minded individuals who have come together to share your passion for ending global poverty and empowering women and girls worldwide.
- You want to use your skills and networks to build awareness and raise funds for CARE's work and inspire others to get involved
What's involved with becoming an I Am Powerful Council member?
- You will learn about CARE's work and international development and have the ability to engage others on what you have learned. You will promote CARE through a variety of ways including social media and speaking engagements and advise CARE of opportunities for further engagement in your community.
- You will help raise funds to support a CARE project through fundraising events, inspiring others to give or through a personal donation.
- You will attend council meetings to discuss your council's objectives. Each council will have their own priorities and objectives.
How do I join?
To find out how you can become involved with an I Am Powerful Council in your city, please contact us at email@example.com
Current IAPC members include:
Janet Yale, President
Michéle Leduc, President
Martha Piper, co-chair