"It turns out President Bill Clinton’s experiment worked. Taking philanthropy beyond the traditions of corporate social responsibility — 'doing well by doing good' — is now the accepted norm for business 10 years later."
Read more in TriplePundit on the final Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting: wjcf.co/2cRkaIW
“The central message of the work has been that everyone, whether a corporate CEO, a nonprofit leader, or an individual philanthropist, has a role to play in advancing the public good, nonprofit leaders said.”
The Chronicle of Philanthropy explored the Clinton Global Initiative's impact after the final Annual Meeting was held last September: wjcf.co/2cHcWva
“This partnership model, which may seem self-evident today, was simply not how philanthropy and corporate responsibility worked over a decade ago.”
Ahead of the final Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting last fall, President Bill Clinton reflected on its innovative commitment model, which has been adopted by other forums and continues on through the CGI U program, bringing together... View details ⇨
"Simple steps can make a big difference in your life and the lives of those around you" —Chelsea Clinton talks with The Alliance for a Healthier Generation about her #NewDaysResolution to spend time volunteering: wjcf.co/2jKQVKL
"Every student in attendance at the CGI U event is an entrepreneur. As part of their admission to the program, they have committed to trying to solve a problem that they’re passionate about." wjcf.co/1RTTmTi
"The simple fact remains that far too many children across the country lack access to nutritious food and time for physical activity. I’ve seen a lot of promising inroads since I’ve left government and become a champion of The Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Here are some lessons I’ve learned along the way."
"As we kick off the New Year, Chelsea Clinton and Clinton Foundation staff honored the incredible legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. by volunteering in our first Day of Action of 2017. Together, we repacked more than 25,000 pounds of grapefruit at City Harvest, a nonprofit that aims to end hunger in New York City." —Clinton Foundation president Donna E. Shalala
Seven years ago, Haiti was devastated by an earthquake that killed over 200,000 people, destroyed the nation’s infrastructure, and crippled its economy. Even as the Haitian people face continued challenges – as we saw with Hurricane Matthew this past year – we remain inspired by their determination to chart a brighter future for the nation.
From the day we began working in 2001, the Clinton Foundation's story has been one of people coming together to take on urgent challenges and make a meaningful difference in people's lives. wjcf.co/2bcYVom
20 playgrounds with early literacy themes are being developed across the country to encourage fun, language-rich interactions between parents and children as a regular part of play time. wjcf.co/2fUhzxm