FactCheck.org asked the Center for our perspective on recent questions surrounding the Clinton Foundation and its operations.
“There is an important distinction between an operating foundation vs. a non-operating foundation,” said our founding executive director, Kat Rosqueta. “An operating foundation implements programs so money it raises is not designed to be used exclusively for grant-making purposes. When most people hear ‘foundation’, they think exclusively of a grant-making entity. In either case, the key is to understand how well the foundation uses money — whether to implement programs or to grant out to nonprofits — [to achieve] the intended social impact (e.g., improving education, creating livelihoods, improving health, etc.).”
See the full article here: “Where Does Clinton Foundation Money go?“