Last week, we released our 2016 Annual Report (clintonfoundation.us12.list-manage.com/track/click
, which included a letter from President Clinton charting the Foundationâ€™s path forward.
In 2016 we expanded on what works, and broadened our impact â€“ helping more farmers, more entrepreneurs, more women and children, and more communities across the world and here in the United States.
From the opening of a health clinic serving rural communities in Malawi to the expansion of our work combating the opioid overdose epidemic in the United States, 2016 demonstrated what the Clinton Foundation and partners do best: working together across sectors to respond to new and ongoing challenges.â€‹
Thank you for your continued support.
â€“ Donna E. Shalala
Read President Clinton's letter and check out our 2016 Annual Report >> clintonfoundation.us12.list-manage.com/track/click
CGI's Work Moving Forward
Joe Conason, editor of The National Memo, writes about how CGI permanently changed philanthropy and lays out the facts about the Clinton Foundation in Foreign Policy magazine.
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2017 CGI University to be Held in Boston
The 10th annual CGI U meeting â€“ hosted by President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton â€“ will take place at Northeastern University in Boston this October. Read how CGI U students are making an impact.
Chelsea Clinton on Taking Action
Chelsea Clinton spoke with a Clinton Foundation 20/30 member at our recent Day of Action with Too Small to Fail. Watch their conversation on how small steps can make a big difference in Mogul.
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Presidential Leadership Scholars Announced
Sixty scholars comprised of veterans, educators, public servants, and corporate professionals will participate in the program's third annual class. Read more about their first session in Washington, DC on Medium.
President Clinton Speaks at Dutch Postcode Lotteryâ€™s Gala
President Clinton recently spoke at the Dutch Postcode Lotteryâ€™s Annual Goed Geld Gala. Since 1989, the Dutch Postcode Lottery has distributed more than 5 billion euros to NGOs working to create a fairer and greener world. This year, in addition to their generous support for the Clinton Foundation, they will distribute a total of 341 million euros to charities such as Girls Not Brides, Greenpeace, Oceana, Oxfam, and Save the Children.
The Clinton Foundation convenes businesses, governments, NGOs, and individuals to improve global health and wellness, increase opportunity for girls and women, reduce childhood obesity, create economic opportunity and growth, and help communities address the effects of climate change.
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