Amy Sterling Casil wrote an excellent series of articles for Medium about what the Clinton Foundation, which takes in as much money as the March of Dimes, actually spends its money on.
There is a lot to dig through, but, in summary, she described the foundation’s business model as follows:
- Take in as much money as possible, by whatever means.
- Expend as little money as possible on anything other than what the Principals want to spend money on, typically self-promotion and world travel.
- Take credit for stuff somebody told you they do. Avoid expending funds on any outside activities.
Source: Amy Sterling Casil — Medium
Charity Navigator, an organization that rates the effectiveness of charities, does not rate the Clinton Foundation because of lack of information. Casil contrasted it to the Carter Foundation, which does good work and is scrupulously documented.
Sailing on the River Denial With Clinton Foundation and Friends by Amy Sterling Casil for Medium.
Clinton Foundation: World Class Slacktivists by Amy Sterling Casil for Medium
Clinton Foundation and an Unhealthier Generation by Amy Sterling Casil for Medium.
Clinton Foundation Charity: Grade D-: Close All Branches Now by Amy Sterling Casil for Medium.
Clinton Foundation Clampdown: Destroying the World’s Motivation by Amy Sterling Casil for Medium.
Bill Clinton’s $300 Million Birthday Gift by Amy Sterling Casil for Medium.
Why the Clintons can’t just quit Clinton Inc. by Ryan Cooper for The Week.
Why the Clinton Foundation Is Gross by Noah Millman for The American Conservative [8/31/2016]
I made a minor edit on August 25.