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 September 2019. We thank them all for their generosity.


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Donor name
Marc Caporrimo
Dennis Carey ^
Douglas G. Carlston
Deborah Carmichael
Wayne M. Carriere
James Carr
Jonathan Carson
Carver Federal Savings Bank
Casey Family Programs ^
Paul Caslavka
Billy J. Casstevens
Betty Castor
Michael Cavallo
CDC Small Business Finance ^
Centennial Bank
Center for Energy Workforce Development ^
Joe Cerrell
Merle C. Chambers
Wayne Chang
Janice Chan
Charity Gift Certificates *
Martin J. Chávez
Zefeng Chen ^
James Chesshir
Alice V. Chetkovich
Derek Cheung
ChildCare Aware of America ^
John Chisholm
W. Reed Chisholm
Bonnie L. Chmil
Connie Chow
Alan Chung
Church Communities Foundation
Theodore Chu
City of North Little Rock **
City Year, Inc. ^
Civic Works ^
Marilyn J. Clark
Maxine Clark and Robert Fox
Melvin E. Clark
Wesley K. Clark
Classroom, Inc. ^
Russell K. Clayton
ClearEdge Power, Inc.
Alison L. Clements
CME Group, Inc.
Kendall Coffey


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