Back from Africa


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Dear Friend,

President Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and Foundation staff just got back from visiting our work across Africa–seeing projects focused on climate change, elephant conservation, women and girls, and agriculture development. For all of us, the trip was a powerful reminder of why we do this work.

One of the highlights was meeting Wazia, a woman whose crop has more than doubled since she joined our Anchor Farm Project. The increased earnings are helping her power her home with electricity and send her children to school for the very first time.

And Wazia isn’t alone: We’re helping millions of people forge their own paths out of poverty through projects that are measurable and sustainable.

That’s why, as soon as we got home, we launched Unlocking Potential: a fundraising drive to multiply the effects of our life-changing innovations in Africa and around the world. But we need to know by midnight Friday whether you are ready to join us in a campaign to change lives. Contribute now if you’re in:

Click here to make a tax-deductible donation of $5 or more to the Clinton Foundation to help us unlock potential around the world. Any gift you can make will help us do more to improve lives.

During our trip, we met with our partners on the ground who are making change happen, and we saw firsthand the difference we are making for people and communities.

Now we are counting on your support to apply what we learned in Africa to help more people around the world.

We need 400 donors to give before midnight Friday. If you are ready to help the Foundation unlock the potential of individuals around the world, use the link below to give now.

Click here to support the Clinton Foundation’s Unlocking Potential campaign before midnight Friday. Your support ensures we can continue transforming the lives of millions of people around the world.

Sincerely,

Danielle Stilz
Acting Chief Development Officer
Clinton Foundation

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President Clinton and Chelsea just wrapped up a weeklong visit to sites of several Clinton Foundation initiatives in Africa. Stops on the trip included the Save the Elephants Research Center in Kenya, a smallholder farm in Tanzania, and the National Ebola Command Center in Liberia.

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Donate now to help the Clinton Foundation change lives.

Dear Friend,

Twenty years ago in Beijing, my mom declared that “women’s rights are human rights” and demanded that the world work together to advance the full participation of women and girls in all aspects of social, political, and economic life. Today, although we’re not there yet when it comes to gender equality, our No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project report identifies areas where we have made–and can continue to make–real progress.

The Clinton Foundation’s No Ceilings initiative has spent the last 16 months listening to the real stories of women and girls–and men and boys–around the world, collecting data on the gains and gaps in women’s progress, and bringing a diverse set of partners together to inspire tangible action.

And that approach is at the heart of everything we do.

Whether we’re helping rebuild Haiti or fighting climate change, we know that we need many people coming together to get the job done. And we set goals and measure progress by the number of lives we’ve saved or improved.

So I’m setting a goal now: Can we put you down as one of 200 donors who will join the Clinton Foundation before midnight tonight to help speed progress around the world?

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation now of $5 or more to the Clinton Foundation to help us change even more lives and communities.

Our data-driven approach is how we maximize our impact, but it’s only with your support that we can implement programs that make a measurable difference in communities around the world.

So join us. Be one of 200 people to donate before midnight to help my family’s Foundation change lives.

Click here to support the Clinton Foundation with $5 or more to help inspire meaningful progress for people and communities around the world. Your gift is 100% tax-deductible.

Sincerely,
Chelsea Clinton

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