Bill, Hillary, & Chelsea Clinton Foundation

Bill, Hillary, & Chelsea Clinton Foundation

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Bill Clinton to be honored in Kosovo Sunday

Former US president Bill Clinton will visit Pristina on Sunday for the dedication of a statue celebrating his role in the fight of the Albanian majority against Serbian rule, Kosovo's prime minister, Hashim Tahci, said Thursday. The statue is to be unveiled on the Bill Clinton Boulevard, Thaci said, calling,bill-clinton-to-be-honoured-in-kosovo-sunday.html

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

VIDEO Highlights of today's event with Corzine

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Former President Bill Clinton returns to N.J. for Corzine events

Clinton is scheduled to appear with the governor at rallies here and in Little Falls. Clinton sought to fire up Democrats at two events last Tuesday.
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Monday, October 26, 2009

Ted Danson invites me to meet Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton wants to fly you and a guest to New York for World AIDS Day,December 1. It's an important time to reflect on the progress that's been made to turn the tide on this deadly pandemic and the ways we can do even more. For example, your $15 donation can ensure that a child like Jean-Pierre receives lifesaving treatment for one month. Make a secure online donation today, and you could be selected for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend time with Bill Clinton.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Bill Clinton speaks at UTPA

"It is not poverty that kills people's is the belief that tomorrow will be just like yesterday," said former President Bill Clinton. "That change is impossible, that improvement is impossible....that people will be denied the right to live their dreams."


Thursday, October 22, 2009

Bill Clinton is coming to Chicago to raise money for his Foundation buy tickets now

Bill Clinton is coming to Chicago to raise money for his Foundation

The reception on Wednesday, November 11th will truly be an inspiring evening featuring President Clinton and a special live performance by Chicago native and GRAMMY award winner COMMON. The event will also include complimentary hor'dourves and bar. All funds raised at the event will go towards supporting the initiatives of the William J. Clinton Foundation.

General Admission - $150
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
8:00-11:00 PM
House of Blues Chicago
329 N. Dearborn
Chicago, IL 60654

To purchase tickets online click the link below. If you could select my name from the "invited by" drop down menu in step 3 I would greatly appreciate it.

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Don't miss this exciting opportunity to help solve some of today's most pressing challenges -- and spend the day with President Clinton in New York.

In honor of your commitment, President Clinton is inviting you to New York City for World AIDS Day. We'll take care of airfare and hotel accommodations for you and a guest. All you need to do is take advantage of this unique opportunity before the October 31 deadline.
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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Clinton touts Palmer project; Helps raise funds for green initiative

The $150 per ticket event raised money for Palmer's Trenton First initiative, a 15-year-old nonprofit that the mayor plans to reorient toward funding projects that promote energy efficiency and create "green" jobs

Monday, October 19, 2009

President Bill Clinton to campaign at New Brunswick rally in support of Corzine-Weinberg, NJ Democrats

President Clinton will join Gov. Corzine and Lieutenant Gov. candidate Senator Loretta Weinberg at a rally with Rutgers University students in New Brunswick.
President Clinton also will be attending a campaign rally in Collingswood earlier in the day.
This is a free event that will take place at the College Avenue Campus Gym at Rutgers Unversity. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. To register, go to

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Bill Clinton's Foundation Initiatives Working To Ensure There’s Enough Food for All

Through the work of the William J. Clinton Foundation – including the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI), Clinton Hunter Development Initiative (CHDI), and the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) – efforts to improve food security not only are increasing the access to and availability of food to those who are hungry, but also are supporting the success of HIV/AIDS treatment and improving local economies.
CHAI: Fighting Hunger and Disease
The Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) fights malnutrition and HIV/AIDS simultaneously in countries as far away as

Friday, October 16, 2009

Bill Clinton wades into U.S., Canadian politics in Montreal speech

He made the remarks to an adoring crowd of 700 that gathered to watch him receive an honourary doctorate from McGill University.
"It's simply going to be impossible for us to build the world we need unless in the wealthy countries, we are ruthlessly honest about where we are wasting money and hanging on to yesterday's way of doing things," Clinton said.

Bill Clinton to Campaign With Deeds in Northern Virginia

A Deeds campaign spokesman says the event will be Tuesday in northern Virginia, most likely in Arlington or Alexandria (web news) .

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Get FREE TicketsFormer president Bill Clinton to appear in N.J. with Gov. Corzine

Gov. Jon Corzine has added former president Bill Clinton to the list of national Democrats who will appear with him in New Jersey during the final weeks of the gubernatorial campaign.

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A Evening With President Bill Clinton

On Tuesday, Dec. 8, President Bill Clinton will be the guest speaker at a special event hosted by the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. President Clinton will discuss current global issues and the need to focus on our common humanity in an interdependent world

Bill Clinton in London Oct 30 for his Foundation $160

William J. Clinton Foundation Millennium Network London The Dorchester, Ballroom Park Lane, London W1K 1QA Friday, October 30, 2009 9:00-11:00 PM

general admission $160
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Bill Clinton's Foundation Free Book Fighting Childhood Obesity

The Alliance for a Healthier Generation and the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation put together the book “Be Well” to provide lessons from moms on how families can live healthier lives. Download a free copy in English or Spanish!

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Bill Clinton Won

Former President Bill Clinton will speak at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy tonight in New York City where he is this year’s winner of the Scholar-Statesman Award which “celebrates outstanding figures who, through their public service and professional achievements, exemplify the idea that sound scholarship and historical understanding are essential to the definition of wise and effective U.S. policy in the Middle East

Bill Clinton is coming to Trenton

Former President Bill Clinton and Trenton Mayor Doug Palmer continue building their friendship next week when they join forces to raise funds for Hizzoner’s nonprofit Trenton First Initiative.Bubba is scheduled to highlight an Oct. 20 event from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Trenton’s Marriott Hotel.


At a medical technology conference this morning, Former President Bill Clinton commended yesterday's Senate Finance Committee vote on its version of the health care bill. He said, "We have to say thanks to Senator Baucus and Senator Snowe for getting this done." Clinton said he is sure that a bill will pass this time: "Republicans can't filibuster in the Senate. If there were 45 Republicans in the Senate, Senator Snowe's vote wouldn't matter."

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Bill Clinton to visit UTPA on Oct. 22 FREE

Former President Bill Clinton is coming to the Rio Grande Valley in late October.
Sources told Action 4 News that Clinton is visiting the University of Texas Pan American campus on October 22nd. see link for contact. tickets are FREE!!!!

Bill Clinton event Nov 11 SAVE the date

Bill Clinton to return to Chicago Nov 11 to raise money for his Foundation. Tickets start at $150. I will post link to buy when it is up.
VIP photo-op tickets available too

Sunday, October 11, 2009

President Clinton’s Global IQ Test

For every test taken, President Clinton’s fans are helping us raise $1 to fight global challenges like climate change

Bill Clinton Funding the World’s Largest Solar Power Project

“The Clinton Foundation will help us in bringing manufacturers and power generators and also in providing access to international funding at cost-effective interest rates,” said S. Jagdeesan, principal secretary, energy and petrochemicals in the government of Gujarat in an interview. “They are facilitators. We will invest in the infrastructure.”

India, Pak could overtake China: Bill Clinton

Video Clip "If you did not have to raise defence spending 20 per cent a year and these countries could be working together, I think you will grow faster than China," said Clinton.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Keynote by US President Bill Clinton at PanIIT

Mr Clinton started his talk by recognizing the contribution of IITs and IITians in advancing US Economy. He shared the contribution of American Indian Foundation (, a non-profit American development organization that is devoted to accelerating social and economic change in India. Talking on recent financial crisis, he emphasised on the importance of Technology, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, which are key to forward World Economy and thus creating Peace and Prosperity. He mentioned about various projects he is currently involved in - especially about solving AIDS and other Healthcare challenges.

Bill Clinton at Harlem Childrens Zone this morning with Rachael Ray

Bill Clinton urges parents to make schools healthier places, have active family time and eat together with kids . He was at Harlem Childrens Zone this morning with Rachael Ray and athletes for Fun and Fit in the City. Bill Clinton spoke about childhood obesity, 1 in 3 kids is obese

Watch Bill Clinton speak LIVE Saturday at 4pm Central! We are broadcasting PanIIT from Chicago 10/10

live action for the first time directly from the PanIIT conference floor! Watch Live Broadcasts as well as Recorded Videos by clicking on Video-on-Demand!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Bill Clinton's Take on Innovation, Globalization, and Technology

at the World Business Forum in New York City’s Radio City Music Hall. Closing out the two day conference is an even more iconic figure, though: former President Bill Clinton.


FULL VIDEO of Bill Clinton, John Garamendi event

Addressing the audience, Clinton recalled a visit to the Basque Country with Hillary more than 30 years ago. It was a great experience, he said, except for the “fish and cold milk.” His comment drew laughter from the several hundred people at the rally.
Garamendi, among the most prominent Basque American elected officials in the U.S., is the grandson of Basque immigrants. A Democrat, Garamendi is running in a special election Nov. 3 to fill a vacant seat in the Northern California congressional district.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

U.N. Reports Great Progress Made in HIV/AIDS Fight

Among the most promising findings:
275,700 children now are receiving ARV treatment, up from 198,000 in 2007.
In South Africa, which has more people living with HIV than any other nation, the number of people getting ARVs grew by half.
The number of people tested for HIV more than doubled in dozens of countries
The report cited the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) as contributor to the response to HIV over the past several years, noting CHAI’s work to lower prices of ARVs.

Bill Clinton Helping O'Malley's 2010 Campaign

Clinton is scheduled to appear at an O'Malley fundraiser Wednesday night in New York at the home of investment banker James Passin and his wife, Sydney, according to O'Malley aides.

Clinton gives Newsom shot in the arm

Former President Bill Clinton delivered a boost Monday to San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom's campaign for governor, formally endorsing him in next year's race and calling Newsom a national leader in green technology and energy.Read more:

Bill Clinton’s Win-Win Philosophy

Packing a wealth of stories, stats and a good sense of humor, he promised and then delivered a framework we can all use to make sense of today’s complex world in which we live. Wondering about what caused the financial meltdown of September 15, 2008? How about our education crisis (according to Clinton we slipped from first to tenth in the past decade)? Or how we’re to “win” in Afghanistan? For most of us, it takes every bit of our energy to deal with life’s immediate challenges, let alone trying to sort fact from fiction from all the information we’re bombarded with in today’s fragmented and often biased media ecosystem. His talk gave a fresh perspective on how to interpret the world today and s

Monday, October 5, 2009

Clinton talk takes civic tone in T.O

“In order for us to win, someone doesn’t have to lose,” he said. “Our differences matter but our common humanity means more. The ‘win-win’ game is what we need to play for our children’s future.”
Clinton also bemoaned what he said is a growing lack of civility in politics. He noted that he still works on many projects with the Bush family, his political rivals.
He touched on the nation’s healthcare debate and said, “I can’t help but think that the most dangerous thing we can do right now is nothing.”
Clinton will also be speaking today in Pasadena and on Tuesday in Redondo Beach as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series.

Free Rally With Bill Clinton

Former President Bill Clinton will host a rally* with 10th Congressional District candidate and Lt. Gov. John Garamendi on Tuesday in South San Francisco.
The public event begins around 2:30 p.m. at the San Francisco Basque Cultural Center, 599 Railroad Ave., in South San Francisco

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slideshow of Bill Clinton's visit to Haiti

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Bill Clinton to attend Mideast policy conference in J'lem mid-November

Former US president Bill Clinton will visit Israel in mid-November in order to participate in the Saban Center's Forum for Middle East Policy.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Former U.S. President recognized for lifetime of outstanding leadership

McGill University is proud to announce that it will award an honorary doctorate to President Bill Clinton, founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation and 42nd President of the United States of America, at a private honorary degree ceremony in Montreal on Friday, October 16.

Friday, October 2, 2009

October at the Clinton Center

Now through January 30, 2010 – “Jewels to Jelly Beans: Treasures from the Presidential Vaults ”
October 15 – Around the World Thursday at Forty Two: Munich, Germany
October 20 – Arts in Crisis: A Kennedy Center InitiativeOctober 31 – Big BooseumNovember 18 – Save the Date: Clinton Presidential Center 5th Anniversary

Clinton tours historic palace in Haiti tourism bid

Bill Clinton, slathered in sunscreen, urged Americans to explore the riches of Haitian tourism on Friday as he took a VIP trip to a mountain palace and a nearby beach where a cruise ship pier is being built.
The appeal to tourists is part of the former U.S. president's crusade to help the hemisphere's poorest nation emerge from a cycle of poverty and instability — problems that have helped drive tourists away.


Apply now for CGI U 2010 at the University of Miami!

I am pleased to announce the third Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U), which will take place at the University of Miami from April 16 – 18, 2010. Visit our website to apply to attend.
The 2010 meeting – hosted jointly by President Clinton and the University of Miami – will focus on effective solutions to global challenges in education, environment & climate change, peace & human rights, poverty alleviation, and public health. All attendees are required to make a Commitment to Action — a new, specific, and measurable plan to make a difference within any of these five areas.
Attending the CGI U Annual Meeting is free. Travel assistance is available for those who qualify. The deadline for early decision applications is November 20, 2009, and the final application deadline is February 1, 2010. Applications will be processed on a rolling basis, so you are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
I hope to see you in Miami!
Keisha SenterDirector, CGI U Click here to apply to attend the CGI U 2010 Annual Meeting.Click here to watch footage of CGI U members in action.Click here to learn about becoming a CGI U Campus Rep.

VIDEO Bill Clinton Speech to Lawton Chiles Leadership Corps

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President Clinton and President Preval Sign Agreement to Expand HIV/AIDS Services and Strengthen Health Systems in Haiti

Port-au-Prince, Haiti - President Bill Clinton signed a Memorandum of Understanding today with President Rene Preval and the government of Haiti. The agreement invites the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) to provide on the ground programmatic and technical support to the Government of Haiti, to help expand access to HIV/AIDS care and treatment services and strengthen the systems required to deliver primary health care services.
“My Foundation’s global AIDS work began in the Bahamas, the setting for one of the great success stories in the fight against HIV/AIDS,” President Clinton said. “I am confident that by using the same approach that is currently helping 2 million people access lifesaving treatment around the world, we can achieve the same success in Haiti. I look forward to working alongside the government of Haiti to strengthen health systems and save more lives.”

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Former President Clinton, Trade Delegation in Haiti

Mr. Clinton -- the United Nations special envoy for Haiti -- and his delegation, arrived early Thursday for a two-day visit. The former president's agenda includes meetings with Prime Minister Michele Duvivier Pierre-Louis and President René Preval. Mr. Clinton was also delivering the keynote address at a conference of the Inter-American Development Bank

Greetings From Bill Clinton

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Clinton, in Sarasota, insists it's time for a global approach

Former President Bill Clinton implored a Sarasota audience on Wednesday to look beyond their borders and address worldwide problems.AC = -->
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Citing the financial crisis, the spread of swine flu and the growing threat of climate change, Clinton said that the nation's problems are also the world's problems, and that it will take a global effort to solve them.
"I think we are stuck with each other, folks, whether we like it or not," Clinton told about 1,700 people at a fundraiser for the Ringling College Library Association.