Jann —

I knew that when my father left the White House 10 years ago, he was not going to stop working to give people the opportunities, health, and tools necessary to live a better life.
His vision of a more equal and prosperous world motivated his decision to run for his first public office (and all thereafter). It is that same force that motivates his work with the Clinton Foundation today.
As we celebrate 10 years of my father’s foundation this year, we’re looking to the future, and asking friends and allies to be part of creating that future.
Please share your thoughts on what challenges you think the Clinton Foundation should tackle in the next 10 years — and please let my father know that you will stand with him in this work.
I recently had the honor of attending the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) — an annual meeting he organizes to inspire, connect, and empower a community of global leaders to forge solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.
The experience was invigorating, but it is the action that comes out of these meetings that is truly inspiring. Since the first meeting in 2005, members have made more than 2,000 commitments, which have already improved the lives of 300 million people in more than 180 countries.
That same commitment to meaningful and sustainable results can be seen in the remarkable work of the Clinton Foundation over the past decade — transforming lives by giving people across the globe the tools they need to create better lives for themselves and their communities:

I am very proud of the incredible work my father’s foundation does — every day, all year long, in every corner of the globe — to change the course of people’s lives for the better.
He inspires so many of us; he inspires me every day. So, let’s give a little inspiration back as he embarks on his next 10 years of service to our global community.

Please send your thoughts about where the Clinton Foundation should go in the future — and please let my father know that we’ll stand with him as he continues his work around the world:

Thank you,

Chelsea Clinton