Barbra Streisand has put her name to an email sent to supporters of the Clinton Foundation.

“It’s not a secret that I’m a big fan of President Clinton," she wrote. "His unwavering commitment to helping people build a better future for themselves and their families has never ceased to amaze and inspire me.

“I am proud to support the work of his Foundation – fighting climate change; giving individuals and communities the chance to succeed; improving access to lifesaving medication in developing countries; and most recently, with the launch of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative, promoting health and wellness across all generations in the United States.

“Giving people access to the education, tools, and resources they need to live long and productive lives is an issue that is near and dear to me. It’s why, through my own foundation, I am hoping to turn the tide on women’s heart disease by investing in woman-focused treatment and research. And it is one of the many reasons why I support the Clinton Foundation and am thrilled to learn of the new Health Matters Initiative.

“Through this latest effort, President Clinton is bringing the same convening power, innovative approach, and sustainable solutions to the issue of health and wellness that he brings to all of the issues he works on.

“The Clinton Foundation doesn’t just create a temporary solution, it fundamentally alters the way we approach the biggest challenges of our world, triggering change that helps millions of people build a better future.

“Please join me in supporting the Clinton Foundation and help continue to build President Clinton’s vision of a better world with a gift to the Clinton Foundation.”

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