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Stan,

With the New Year around the corner, I want to thank you once again for all that you’ve done to support the Clinton Foundation and our work.

We started the Clinton Foundation 15 years ago with just 14 people and one great idea: Everyone deserves a chance to succeed.

Today – thanks to your help, and the help of so many people like you – the Foundation has made a difference in the lives of millions of people, in the United States and around the world. But there is still so much more that we can accomplish.

We cannot stop now. I have committed to personally match every dollar donated (up to $200,000). Support the life-changing work of the Clinton Foundation with a tax-deductible contribution right now.
 
STAN, GIVE NOW
 
I have found great joy in simple moments shared with people who are benefiting from our work: holding a baby who is alive and healthy because he now has access to AIDS medication; working with schools across the United States to help children live healthier lives; meeting with female entrepreneurs in Peru who are earning a good living for the first time in their lives by providing essential goods to their remote communities.

Will you join me as we work to give more people the opportunity to build a better future? Please make a tax-deductible donation by Dec. 31, and I will match it, dollar-for-dollar, up to $200,000.
Everyone deserves a chance to succeedFifteen years ago, that one great idea inspired the creation of the Clinton Foundation. Thanks to you and your support, that idea inspires us to keep on working to change lives, today and every day.     

Sincerely,

Bill Clinton
 
Thanks to the work that we’ve done together over the past 15 years, the Clinton Foundation has received top ratings from three leading charity watchdog groups: Charity Navigator, CharityWatch, and GuideStar. These ratings help you know that we make the most of every single dollar that you contribute.
 
The Clinton Foundation’s life-changing programs are creating healthier schools and communities, providing stronger starts for kids and families, generating new economic opportunities, and engaging the next generation of leaders and public servants.



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