Impact Report

Program Highlights

Hear directly from Clinton Foundation staff about the work they do, the programs they manage, and the partnerships they create — all in service of driving impact and helping others build better lives for themselves and their communities.

ENGAGING THE NEXT GENERATION

Meet Ragina Arrington and Jordan Ashwood, from the CGI University team, and learn why they are betting on the next generation to create a future we can all be proud to share.

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Preparing for the CGI September Meeting

Hear from Gregory Milne and Luke Schiel on the Clinton Global Initiative’s next chapter and the people and partners creating solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.

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INNOVATING EARLY CHILDHOOD

Nikki Hasani-Ferrera shares how Too Small to Fail helps others to talk, read, sing — and lead — innovation in early childhood.

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Building upon a lifetime of public service

Mike Hemphill, Director of the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program, reflects on what makes a truly transformational leader — and Dr. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto talks about her work as Dean of the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas.

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Get Involved

As an operating foundation, our programs and the partnerships we build work to expand economic opportunity, improve public health, confront the climate crisis, and inspire citizen engagement and service. Our work would not be possible without the support of individuals, corporations, foundations, and other funders.

Hear from our supporters

President Clinton takes a photo with students on stage

I am forever inspired by President Clinton’s lifetime of public service and commitment to engaging young people to serve others and create the change they wish to see in the world. I’m proud our gift supports programs like CGI University — a leadership development program that offers a unique platform for the world’s next generation of social entrepreneurs and changemakers as they work to make a meaningful difference in their communities and the world

Elzie Higginbottom, Chicago, IL

From the library to the laundromat and the pediatrician’s office to the playground – Too Small to Fail proves that we can facilitate early childhood learning from birth by supporting parents and caregivers and meeting them where they are in their daily lives. Through their tools, resources, and built environments, Too Small to Fail continues to demonstrate the efficacy of their work and innovative approaches. I’m proud to support it.

Susie Buffett, Sherwood Foundation, Omaha, NE

“The Clinton Global Initiative has a long-standing track record of driving action and realizing results. Their focus on fostering an inclusive economic recovery aligns with the mission of the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth.

By convening cross-sectoral organizations, elevating pioneering solutions, and supporting on-the-ground leaders; we have the chance to build a more inclusive, prosperous, and resilient economy. The Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth is proud to partner with CGI in this important endeavor.”

SHAMINA SINGH, FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT, MASTERCARD CENTER FOR INCLUSIVE GROWTH

The unique ability of the Clinton Foundation to convene and bring together health care experts, advocates, policymakers, researchers, and other thought leaders to create solutions and foster partnerships to solve this seemingly unsolvable problem, provides hope that together we can make sure this scourge will not be visited upon the next generation.

JOE KIANI, CEO, MASIMO

In the News

Our Impact Through the Years

  • 435M

    PEOPLE

    in more than 180 countries benefiting from Clinton Global Initiative projects and partnerships

  • 30M

    U.S. CHILDREN

    leading healthier lives through the Alliance for a Healthier Generation*

  • 21M

    PEOPLE

    with access to lifesaving HIV/AIDS medications through the Clinton Health Access Initiative*

  • 459K

    STUDENTS & EDUCATORS

    who have participated in world-class programming free-of-charge from the Clinton Presidential Center

  • 510K

    DOSES OF NALOXONE

    distributed to recovery residences, high schools, universities, and communities through the Overdose Response Network

  • 160K

    FARMERS

    in Malawi, Rwanda, and Tanzania who have improved their lives through the Clinton Development Initiative

  • 1.2M

    CHILDREN'S BOOKS

    distributed to families in under-resourced communities through Too Small to Fail

  • 11.8K

    STUDENT LEADERS

    turning their ideas into action through the Clinton Global Initiative University

  • 71M

    WATTS OF CLEAN ENERGY

    projects facilitated in small island nations through the Clinton Climate Initiative

*Independent and associated programs