Following this e-mail to CF lacky, Chelsea Clinton aka: Diane Reynolds – we uncover a lot of spoiled food in the fridge!
Let’s look at Jill Iscol,President of the IF Hummingbird Foundation —
“As a Democratic Party activist, Jill served as Co-Chair for Hillary Rodham Clinton for Senate’s New York Finance Committee and as National Vice-Chair of Hillary Rodham Clinton for President’s 2008 Finance Committee.“
Her e-mail to
Subject: Hiring....Know anyone good?
Chelsea, Hannah, and Bai....
I recently became the CEO of Suicide Prevention Initiatives, the leading nonprofit addressing suicide through direct treatment and research. Suicide is the 8th major cause of death worldwide. SPI's work extends to LGBT youth, college campuses, and rural China and Vietnam. Over the next year, because of the need, SPI is launching a number of initiatives to treat Iraq and Afghanistan veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress and at risk for suicide.... (blah, blah)
Ahhh … foundations! Such a good paycheck! Such great tax breaks!
CF official website:
Acumen Fund Grant ChallengeCommitment by If Hummingbird Foundation Inc.
“In accordance with its mission, the IF Hummingbird Foundation have pledged $100,000 over a 4-year period to the Acumen Fund to support its efforts to effectively deliver critical goods and services to the four billion people on earth who earn less than four dollars a day.”
That’s a neat trick. Deliver critical goods to 4 billion people on $25k a year budget.
How much budget goes to salaries? How much to advertising campaigns? How much is left over for 4 billion poor people?
oh . . . they don’t deliver anything to poor people themselves . . . they give it to jumbo funds that give it to Unilever etc.
Acumen looks like a hedge fund –
“Acumen raises charitable donations to invest in companies, leaders, and ideas that are changing the way the world tackles poverty.”
oh – it’s a fund that helps Unilever keep its supply chain going in the third world.
“The US-based non-profit venture fund Acumen, along with the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership, an initiative of US-based Clinton Foundation, and the British-Dutch multinational consumer goods company Unilever recently partnered to launch a three-year, minimum USD 10 million Enhanced Livelihoods Investment Initiative (ELII) that aims to boost the economic development of approximately 300,000 smallholder farmers in Africa, South Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean . The initiative, which was developed out of a Clinton Global Initiative Call to Action, aims to alleviate poverty by creating enterprises that support smallholder farmers and connect them to Unilever’s global supply chains and distribution networks.“
“. . . As of December 31, 2013, Acumen had total assets of USD 107 million. The Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership has global partners including Nestlé, Vision Spring and Procter & Gamble. In 2014, Unilever’s turnover was GBP 48.4 billion (USD 72.8 billion), and emerging markets accounted for 57 percent of its business.”
LET’S CHECK OUT UNILEVER’S FRIENDSHIP WITH THE CLINTON GLOBAL INITIATIVE
CF official blog post on Unilever greasing palms . . .
” . . . President Clinton announced a new CGI commitment by Unilever, Acumen, and the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership – an initiative of the Clinton Foundation – to improve the livelihoods of as many as 300,000 smallholder farmers and their communities in Africa, South Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean . . . (blah, blah) “
lower down the blog post it says,
” President Clinton also announced a new commitment by Mission Measurement, and its eight commitment partners across sectors, to create the The Food Security Genome. Led in part by the architect of Pandora’s Music Genome Project, The Food Security Genome will systematically code data from corporate, NGO, academic, and government resources to quantify outcomes and identify key success factors to address food security. In effect, this “genomic” model will aim to turn decades of data into actionable insights that enable users to predict the efficacy and cost per outcome for any food security program. Partners include leading corporations and corporate foundations (General Mills Foundation, The Safeway Foundation and Tyson Foods) and leading NGOs (Capital Area Food Bank, CARE, Heifer International and Share Our Strength).”
FOOD “SECURITY” ( ??? ) . . . don’t they mean FOOD MONOPOLY???
Let’s look at how much Unilever gave to the CF –
Natural News – 181 Clinton Foundation donors who lobbied Hillary’s State Department