The Clinton Foundation’s donors

Read Salon's compilation of certain donations to the William J. Clinton Foundation, and a list of those who have paid speaking fees to the former president, here.


Rank Name Amount sum
1 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, WA $12,429,835
2 Alphawood Foundation $4,250,000
3 Wasserman Foundation $3,350,000
4 Walton Family Foundation $2,000,000
5 The Alix Foundation $1,075,000
6 Peninsula Community Foundation $1,002,500
7 Sidney E. Frank Foundation, NY $1,000,000
7 The Annenberg Foundation $1,000,000
7 Walmart Foundation $1,000,000
10 Roy and Christine Sturgis Charitable and Educational Trust $950,000
11 Bernard & Irene Schwartz Foundation $700,000
12 The Rockefeller Foundation $600,000
13 Monterey Fund, Inc. $517,800
14 Citi Foundation $500,000
14 Marin County Foundation $500,000
16 The New York Community Trust $407,335
17 Anheuser-Busch Foundation $400,000
18 Lewis B. & Dorothy Cullman Foundation $265,000
19 Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation $250,000
19 Ford Motor Company Fund, MI $250,000
19 NoVo Foundation $250,000
19 The Bank of America Charitable Foundation $250,000
19 The Jon S. Corzine Foundation $250,000
19 The Winnick Family Foundation $250,000
25 Cumming Foundation $200,000
25 The Engelberg Foundation, FL $200,000
25 The Wedge Foundation $200,000
28 The Berry Gordy Family Foundation $150,000
28 Trinity Foundation $150,000
30 Jonathan M. Tisch Foundation $114,000
31 AT &T Foundation $100,000
31 Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation $100,000
31 Katz Foundation $100,000
31 Regions Foundation $100,000
31 The Dyson Foundation $100,000
31 The Philip D. and Tammy S. Murphy Foundation $100,000
31 Walter H. and Phyllis J. Shorenstein Foundation $100,000
38 Charles Stewart Mott Foundation $65,579
39 Altman/Kazickas Foundation $50,000
39 Craig and Kathryn Hall Foundation $50,000
39 Harman Family Foundation $50,000
39 The David S. and Sylvia Steiner Charitable Trust $50,000
39 Wood-Rill Foundation $50,000
44 Waitt Family Foundation $35,932
45 Riggs Benevolent Fund $33,500
46 The William M. & A. Cafaro Family Foundation $28,000
47 May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation $25,000
47 Sandler Capital Management Charitable Foundation $25,000
49 Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation $20,000
49 The Seattle Foundation $20,000
51 The Tommy E. Short Charitable Foundation $17,500
52 John S. and James L. Knight Foundation $15,000
52 Willametta K. Day Foundation $15,000
54 The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation $14,000
55 Hassenfeld Foundation $10,000
55 John M. O’Quinn Foundation $10,000
55 The Floyd & Delores Jones Foundation $10,000
55 The Semel Charitable Foundation $10,000
59 Lone Pine Foundation, Inc. $9,100
60 Boston Foundation $5,000
60 JEHT Foundation $5,000
60 The Gill Foundation $5,000
60 The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation $5,000
60 The Heyday Foundation $5,000
65 Alan B. Slifka Foundation $2,750
66 Community Foundation of Greater Memphis $2,200
67 Sandel Family Foundation $1,000
67 The Community Foundation for the National Capital $1,000
69 Arkansas Community Foundation, Inc. $700
70 Moss Foundation $500
71 The Bert & Sandra Wasserman Foundation $180
TOTAL $35,808,411

A&E Television $125,000
Adam Smith Conferences $125,000
Ahmet San Productions bh of TUSIAD $250,000
America Israel Chamber of Commerce $125,000
American Academy of Achievement (2 events) $300,000
American Assn of Nurse Anesthetists $150,000
American Chamber of Commerce in Spain $250,000
American Friends of the Rabin Medical Center $125,000
America’s Health Insurance Plans $150,000
AMR Research $150,000
Antwerp Diamond High Council $200,000
Ardee’s Festival $150,000
Aripaeva Kirjastus $150,000
Asian American Hotel Owners Association $125,000
Association of Southern California Defense Counsel $125,000
Australian Council for the Promotion of Peaceful Reunification of China $300,000
Australian Information Industry Association $250,000
Aventis $125,000
Aventura-Turnberry Jewish Center $150,000
Banco de Mexico $150,000
Baugur Group $250,000
Beth El Synagogue $125,000
Biotechnology industry Organization $150,000
Blex S.L. $350,000
BMW Group on New Zealand $137,500
Borsen Executive Club $150,000
British Broadcasting Coporation $75,000
Canadian Society for Yad Vashem $125,000
Caribbean Council for Global Studies $125,000
Carnegie Abbey Club $150,000
Celebriti Forum II (2 events) $200,000
CiscoSystems (2 events) $300,000
Citigroup (3 events) $550,000
CLSA Ltd. (4 events) $700,000
Colonial Life Ins Co. $200,000
Comitato per il Congresso Nazionale della Pubblicita $350,000
Compuware Corporation $125,000
Congregation Beth-El Zedeck $150,000
Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers $125,000
Credit Suisse First Boston $125,000
Decision Makers InterAction $150,000
Dentsu Inc on behalf of Aichi Gakuin $250,000
Deutsche Bank (2 events) $300,000
Diario de Noticias $250,000
Dinamo Norge $150,000
dnmStrategies (2 events) $400,000
EchoStar Satellite Corporation $100,000
Economic Club of Southwest Michigan $125,000
Educatinal Institute of AHLA $125,000
El Paso Holocaust Museum $125,000
EPC International on behalf of Workshop Ischgl-Club of the Alps $245,000
European Travel Commission $125,000
Fatasma $125,000
Financial Innovations, Inc. $100,000
Fool Proof $125,000
Fortune Magazine Forum (2 events) $700,000
Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center $150,000
Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado $250,000
Fundacion Rafael Del Pino $250,000
Future Generation Foundation $175,000
Galeries Lafayette-Monoprix $250,000
GBD Group $250,000
General Motors $200,000
Global Artists (4 events) $580,000
Global Business Enterprises $300,000
Global Strategic Ventures $150,000
Gold Service International (4 events) $800,000
Golden Tree Asset Management $150,000
Goldman Sachs (4 events) $650,000
Greater Washington Society of Association Executives (2 events) $250,000
Greenwood House $125,000
Griwa Consulting GMBH $250,000
Group Vivendi Universal $150,000
Gruner & Jahr Publishing USA on behalf of American Jewish Committee $125,000
Hearst Magazines $125,000
Hebrew Home and Hospital Inc $125,000
HMS Italia $125,000
Hon Frank McKenna’s Business Networking Event (2 events) $200,000
HSM America (2 events) $300,000
Hubert Burda Media GmbH $300,000
Hunter College Foundation $35,000
Huron Consulting Services $150,000
IBM $200,000
IFE Institut Fuer Eventmanagement GmbH $300,000
Independent News and Media $150,000
infoUSA, Inc $200,000
Institute for International Sports $150,000
International Centre for Business Info $125,000
International Council of Shopping Centers $150,000
International Dairy-deli Bakery $150,000
International Health Racquet $150,000
International Profit Associates $125,000
J.T. Campbell & Co. $150,000
Jewish Federation Council of LA $125,000
Jewish Federation of Chicago (2 events) $300,000
Jewish National Fund (4 events) $550,000
Jiannanchun Group Co $250,000
Jim Pattison Group $150,000
KMD $250,000
Kushner Companies $125,000
Lancaster Chamber of Commerce $150,000
Latin American Institute of Education Communicaton $300,000
Leading Minds (3 events) $375,000
Lehman Bros. $150,000
LIMRA International $150,000
Listin Diario $250,000
London Drugs $125,000
London School of Economics and Political Science $28,100
Long Island Association Inc $125,000
Macklowe Properties on behalf of State of Israel Bonds Development Corp. $250,000
Markson Sparks! (10 events) $1,675,000
Maruri Communications Group $200,000
Mass Torts Made Perfect $150,000
McCreath Communications (2 events) $275,000
MDM Investments Ltd $125,000
Media Control GmbH (2 events) $350,000
MiKI Corporation (3 events) $450,000
Mito City Political Research Group $400,000
Morgan Firestone Foundation $125,000
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter and Co. $125,000
Mortgage Banker Assn $150,000
MPSF (3 events) $300,000
National Apartment Association $150,000
National Assn of Realtors $125,000
National Mlti-Housing Council $150,000
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children $100,000
Ness Technologies $150,000
Nordstrom International Aps on behalf of World Celebrity Golf $300,000
Old York Road Temple Beth Am $125,000
One Family $125,000
Oracle Corporation $125,000
ORT Montreal $125,000
Paris Golf and Country Club $150,000
PeopleSoft Inc $125,000
Personal Dynamics on behalf of $125,000
Pinpoint Knowledge Management, The Portables $125,000
Protocol Resouorce and Operation Services $200,000
Puls Biznesu, Bonnier Business $183,333
Radio and Records $125,000
RDM Group $125,000
Renaissance Calgary $125,000
Salem State College Foundation $125,000
Savage/Rothenberg Productions (4 events) $550,000
Scherer Consulting Group and Jorg Lohr Training $150,000
Seeliger Y Conde $200,000
Seoul Broadcasting $250,000
Serono International $150,000
SFX Sports Group on behalf of Magna International $125,000
St. James Place $175,000
Standard Bank of America $150,000
Stree-Global Investments in Women $125,000
Success Events International (2 events) $250,000
Success Resources Pte Ltd. $250,000
Temple Beth Avodah $125,000
The Abraham Fund $125,000
The American University in Dubai $150,000
The Dabbagh Group (2 events) $600,000
The German Union of Small and Medium-Sized Companies $100,000
The McCarthy Group $200,000
The Power Within (8 events) $1,870,000
The Star Forum $125,000
The Sunday Times Hay Festival $150,000
The Talar Forum $183,333
The Varsavsky Foundation $175,000
tinePublic Inc (5 events) $650,000
TJ Martell Foundation $75,000
Toranto Hadassah-WIZO $125,000
Tufts University $125,000
United Israel Appeal of Geneva $150,000
University of California, Davis $100,000
University of Judaism $125,000
Urban Land Institute $125,000
Valor Economico S.A. $150,000
Value Grupo Financiero $175,000
Verinvest S.C. on behalf of Mexico Business Summit $150,000
VNU Business Media on behalf of Online Learning 2001 Conf. $125,000
Warburg Pincus $125,000
Wirtscafafts Blatt $183,333
WIZO $125,000
World Celebrity Events (5 events) $1,340,000
World Leader’s Forum $150,000
Yorkshire International Business Convention $200,000
Young President’s Organization $150,000
YPO Windy City Chapter $100,000
TOTAL $41,085,599

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