Monday, February 23, 2015
Win a Trip to the Clinton Foundation Gala in New York! Donate to the Clinton Foundation by Feb 23 midnight
President Bill Clinton, Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton to Convene More Than 1,000 Student Leaders for 2015 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University, March 6-8 at the University of Miami The 2015 Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) meeting encourages students to take action on some of the Millennial generation’s biggest concerns such as the future of energy, the power of big data to address global challenges, and peace-building in the Middle East and North Africa. Media accreditation is now open. To apply, please register online at cgilink.org/cgiupressreg. Daily schedules and a complete breakdown of activities can be found here: Friday, Saturday, Sunday and the full agenda. More information about CGI U is available here: www.cgiu.org/. For more information, visit clintonglobalinitiative.org and follow us on Twitter @ClintonGlobal and Facebook at facebook.com/clintonglobalinitiative.
Like other global charities, the Clinton Foundation receives support from individuals, organizations and governments from all over the world. Contributions are made because the Foundation’s programs improve the lives of millions of people around the globe. The Clinton Foundation has a record of transparency that goes above what is required of U.S. charities. This includes the voluntary disclosure of contributions on the Foundation’s website. Should Secretary Clinton decide to run for office, we will continue to ensure the Foundation’s policies and practices regarding support from international partners are appropriate, just as we did when she served as Secretary of State. https://www.clintonfoundation.org/press-releases/statement-clinton-foundation-0
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
The Clinton Foundation's Health Matters Annual Activation Summit convenes innovators from healthcare, public policy, business, education, and sports industries to discuss and identify solutions that can improve health across America. RSVP to hear President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and featured panelists in our two live webcasts on January 26. Opening Plenary - Health Innovation | 8:30 – 10:15 AM PST Welcome remarks from President Bill Clinton and Moderated by Chelsea Clinton Elizabeth Holmes, Founder and CEO, Theranos Joe Kiani, Founder, Chairman, and CEO, Masimo Corporation Josh Kushner, Founder, Oscar Health and Founder, Thrive Capital Jeffrey Selberg, Executive Director, Peterson Center for Healthcare Closing Plenary - Health and the Economy | 4 – 5 PM PST Moderated by President Bill Clinton Trevor Fetter, President and CEO, Tenet Healthcare Michael Peterson, President and COO, Peter G. Peterson Foundation Bruce Broussard, President and CEO, Humana Steve Beshear, Governor of Kentucky Dr. Meredith Rosenthal, Professor of Health Economics and Policy, Harvard University RSVP Health Matters is truly a summit without walls. Last year, more than 70,000 people joined our live webcast and more than 30 million people joined the conversation on social media. We hope you'll tune in to watch the summit live, join this important conversation by using the hashtag #HealthMatters2015, and be inspired to take charge of your own health and help improve the health of others. RSVP here to watch https://www.clintonfoundation.org/healthmatters2015?utm_source=012015HealthMatters&utm_medium=email&utm_content=20150120&utm_campaign=HealthMatters2015
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
We are excited to announce that our Clinton Foundation Annual Gala will take place on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 in New York City with President Bill Clinton, Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and special musical guest, Carole King. A formal invitation will follow after the New Year. The full invitation is included below. To reserve your ticket or table, or to join the Gala Leadership Committee, please contact Lee Dugger at email@example.com or 646-775-9182. You may also register online at www.clintonfoundation.org/gala.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Not very long ago, it would have been hard to imagine that there would ever be an AIDS-free generation. Now we’re moving toward it with remarkable partnerships all over the world. This year, 13 million people around the world are receiving life-saving AIDS drugs and treatment, including 8.2 million with access to lower prices as a result of negotiations by the Clinton Health Access Initiative. Mother to child transmissions are down in many countries, more children are on treatment, and health systems in developing nations are being improved to advance both prevention and treatment. None of this could have been achieved without the work and commitment of caring people around the globe, including colleagues and friends who died when Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed in July en route to the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne. But there is still so much to do. This year roughly 1.5 million individuals died of HIV-related illnesses, and over 2 million were newly infected. UNAIDS launched new targets in 2014 – that by 2020, 90% of all people living with HIV will know their status, 90% of those diagnosed will receive sustained antiretroviral therapy, and 90% of those receiving antiretroviral therapy will have viral suppression. While these are ambitious goals, we believe they can be achieved and will remain committed to doing our part. The theme of this year’s World AIDS Day is right on target: “Focus, Partner, Achieve: an AIDS-free generation.” If we remain steadfast in our dedication to finding smart ways to work together, we will prevail. Press Kit Download https://www.clintonfoundation.org/press-releases/statement-president-clinton-secretary-clinton-and-chelsea-clinton-world-aids-day-2014
Thursday, November 20, 2014