Recognizing Our Generous Supporters

The Clinton Foundation's impact would not be possible without the generous philanthropic support of thousands of individuals, corporations, foundations, and other funders. Their contributions continue to make a difference in the lives of tens of millions of people in the U.S. and around the world. We are grateful for their support and pleased to recognize them in the listing below, which is updated quarterly, consistent with the Foundation’s commitment to transparency. The list recognizes cumulative lifetime giving from those who have made contributions to advance any aspect of the Foundation’s mission, including through gifts, grants, memberships, sponsorships, and conference fees. This includes support for the Clinton Global Initiative and the Clinton Presidential Center. Current listings include giving through June 2019. We thank them all for their generosity.

 

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Donor name
Bror Saxberg ^
Francesco Scattone
Eric Schaer
Bill Scheffler
Michael Scherer *
Schifter Family Foundation
Richard Schifter
Eric E. Schmidt
Joseph E. Schmidt
Robert W. Schnabel
Gregorio Schneider
Judith Schneider
Alan Schoenbaum
Matthew Schopfer *
Joseph Schull
David Schulte
Mark Schutte
Daniel C. Schwab
Elaine H. Scott
Richard L. Scott *
Scripps Networks
Seatac Digital Resources, Inc
Laura Sefi
Al Segel
Erik Seidel
Semperverde Holding Company
Chandan Sengupta
Sensis Corporation
Erika Seshadri
Shangri-La Industries
Steven Shankman
Geraldine D. Shapiro
Rajesh Sharma
Bernadette Shaw
Leonard Sheer
Emily Sheketoff
Sheraton Hotels of New York ^
Jane C. Sherburne
William A. Shiner
Shirley K. Taylor Revocable Trust
Short Enterprises ^
Cindy Shove
James L. Shrum
Kathleen Siegel
John J. Sie
Sierra Health Foundation ^
Gillian Siggins
Silicon Valley Education Foundation ^
John Silkensen
Martin B. Silverfield

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^ Indicates contributions exclusively for CGI activities such as memberships, sponsorships, and conference fees.
* Indicates a contribution was made by this donor in the second quarter of 2019.
** Indicates government grants.