Wednesday, March 9, 2022
A Hybrid Celebration of Extraordinary Women
Save the Date!
Join Project C.U.R.E. for our annual International Women’s Day Celebration. This international hybrid event will honor extraordinary women leading change in healthcare around the globe and in our communities, with a special emphasis on the work of Project C.U.R.E., the world’s largest distributor of donated medical relief.
Registration for attendees will begin in early 2022. Learn more about corporate sponsorships below.
2022 Attendee Profile and Sponsorships
Attendees include healthcare and medical professionals, insurance, technology, and medical manufacturing companies, global health experts, social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, social media influencers, and the international Project C.U.R.E. community. The 2022 celebration will focus on healthcare disparities in the developing world in light of increasing natural disasters, famine, deepening poverty, and climate change. Guests may join virtually or in-person at one of the seven Project C.U.R.E. Communities across the United States (Chicago, Denver, Houston, Kansas City, Nashville, Philadelphia, and Phoenix).
Sponsorship of Project C.U.R.E.’s 2022 International Women’s Day is a unique opportunity to partner with an international leader in humanitarian relief that has a special emphasis on maternal and women’s health. Celebrate with community partners, donors, volunteers, and friends of Project C.U.R.E. who aid in our mission to deliver health and hope to the world every day. Please consider joining us on this exciting journey as an active supporter and be a key part of making this a successful celebration.
About 2021 IWD
The 2021 Project C.U.R.E International Women’s Day celebrated extraordinary female healthcare heroes in our local communities during the pandemic. Nearly 4,000 international attendees joined us virtually to hear from a recognized leader in business and philanthropy, and past Project C.U.R.E. Board of Directors member, Mrs. Cindy McCain, as well as inspirational female healthcare professionals making a difference around the world.