Most Of Clinton’s Charitable Donations Went To Family Foundation


Trevor Neilson, president of the Global Philanthropy Group, which advises wealthy clients on philanthropic strategy, said he is not surprised by the Clintons’ approach to charity. “The most important asset that Bill Clinton has is not his personal checkbook,” Neilson said. “It’s his ability to create sweeping change by getting people to do things that they don’t want to do for the good of the world.” 

This article originally appeared in The Washington Post