The Clinton Foundation has a strong commitment to transparency and accountability. In fact, we take measures that make us one of the most transparent nonprofits in the world—including disclosing all of our donors on a quarterly basis. We released the latest update just today.
Compared to this time last year, donations are up—both in terms of the amount donated and the number of donors. And, as was the case in previous years, about 90 percent of donations were in the amount of $100 or less.
But whether it’s $5 or $5,000, every single donation matters, and collectively they are enabling us to help more people in more places live their best life story. As a thank you to our donors, and to celebrate the great work we’re doing, together, I’m happy to share photos highlighting some of our efforts over the past three months:
Promise and Progress in Haiti
From supporting small businesses to empowering girls and women, we’re taking action and developing innovative solutions alongside our Haitian partners to help the people of Haiti lift themselves out of poverty and create the future they deserve.
Celebrating World Elephant Day
In celebration of World Elephant Day, Chelsea Clinton published an op-ed on AOL.com highlighting the work of the CGI-member Elephant Action Network, which works to stop the killing of elephants, the trafficking of their tusks, and the demand for their ivory.
Empowering Smallholder Farmers in Africa
The Clinton Development Initiative (CDI) works with tens of thousands of smallholder farmers in Malawi, Rwanda, and Tanzania to help them build better lives for themselves and their families. CDI CEO Walker Morris recently returned from the field and reflected on the program’s progress.
Clinton Global Initiative Hosts 11th Annual Meeting
More than 1,000 influential global leaders convened in New York City to discuss and build “The Future of Impact” — this year’s Annual Meeting theme. Members made 123 new Commitments to Action, expected to impact more than 15 million people.
We’re #NotThere Yet on Gender Equality
No Ceilings, in partnership with MTV’s Look Different campaign, launched a digital awareness campaign to surprise, educate, and motivate action around gender equality. Powerful imagery, released over the 10-day campaign, highlighted the gains that have been made and the gaps that remain toward full participation.
Fight the Ladykiller Codeathon
The Clinton Health Matters Initiative — in partnership with The Women’s Heart Alliance, Cal State L.A., and the Ace Hotel — challenged 40 college students to build an app geared toward helping young women decrease their risk of developing heart disease.
Making Wash Time Talk Time
Too Small to Fail launched “Wash Time is Talk Time,” a 2015 CGI Commitment to Action that will deploy resources to 5,000 laundromats in underserved communities that encourage families to use laundry time as a meaningful opportunity to talk, read, and sing with their children.