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Make a Big Impact With a Future Gift

When you include the Clinton Foundation in your estate plan, your generosity will advance the Foundation's mission of putting people first for years to come, as well as secure the long-term impact and legacy of the Clinton Presidential Center.

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Your Gifts at Work

With the help of our donors, the Clinton Foundation is making a difference in the lives of people across the United States and around the world.

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Supporters Like You

Donors like Terry Bish have decided to support the future of the Clinton Foundation and its mission through a simple bequest in their will.

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