for inventors, innovators, entrepreneurs—
and you—to identify the world’s problems
and create and enact solutions
The Power of
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.
From middle school classrooms to college campuses and beyond, leaders in government, business,
academia and philanthropy are using the power of education to create awareness and address critical
global challenges. They’re providing students with crucial training, funding inventions, inspiring
the next generation of humanitarians, and engaging all aspiring altruists who want to learn about
and get involved in a cause.
Leading by example is former President Bill Clinton. After leaving o;ce, he turned philanthropist-in-chief and established the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), which finds
innovative solutions to pressing worldwide problems. Nearly 400 million people in more than 180
countries have benefited from CGI’s e;orts, including 44 million children who have gained access
to improved quality of education.
“We live in an interdependent world, and in order to make it continue to work we have to have
more shared prosperity. We have to assume more shared responsibilities,” says Clinton. “It’s not
enough just to vote and pay taxes and do a good job at work. You also have to be a productive giver.”
In the following pages, Arrive highlights some of the individuals, universities, organizations and businesses making contributions around the globe and across a vast political and socioeconomic spectrum.
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