Aug 13
The Clinton Foundation invites you to participate in

20/30 Exchange: This Time Next Year Film Screening

6:30 – 9:00 pm | New York City | New York, NY

In November 2012, in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Chelsea Clinton established the Clinton Foundation Day of Action program to help the communities where Clinton Foundation staff, friends, and partners work and live – and to channel the outpouring of support we received toward meaningful action. Since then, we’ve brought the Day of Action program to 7 cities – from the Coachella Valley, California to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – where volunteers have served more than 16,500 hours of service to uplift their local community.

Through our Clinton Foundation 20/30 Exchange Series, we provide our members with opportunities to learn more about the Foundation’s programs. On Wednesday, August 13th, in partnership with New York City’s Tribeca Film Institute, we’re inviting 20/30 members to a screening of This Time Next Year, a film that tracks the resilience of Long Beach Island, New Jersey residents during their slow rebuilding process following Hurricane Sandy. Following the screening, we will host a panel discussion with the Tribeca Film Institute.

This event is for 20/30 members only. Space is limited. Become a 20/30 member now.

About Tribeca Film Institute

Tribeca Film Institute Tribeca Film Institute champions storytellers to be catalysts for change in their communities and around the world. Each year, we identify a diverse and exceptional group of filmmakers and media artists and empower them with funding and other resources to fully realize their stories and connect with audiences. Through hands-on training and exposure to socially relevant films, our educational programming helps young people gain the media skills necessary to be productive global citizens and creative individuals.

About This Time Next Year

From the small triumphs of individual families able to finally return to their homes, to the larger political issues surrounding the slowly released state and federal aid monies, the character-driven film highlights the resilience of Long Beach Island’s inhabitants during the rebuilding process post-Hurricane Sandy. This Time Next Year was funded through TFI's Resilient Communities Project through the support of the Rockefeller Foundation.

About Clinton Foundation 20/30

With volunteer opportunities, professional growth, and leadership development, Clinton Foundation 20/30 provides emerging leaders in their 20s and 30s with a platform to build a better world by, for, and in the year 2030. To become a member, and for more information, please visit