According to online reports, former president Bill Clinton gave $500,000 to actor and humanitarian Sean Penn for Haiti for continued earthquake relief efforts.
It's important to note that Clinton didn't even consider giving that money to singer Wyclef Jean who has proven himself to be an opportunist.
The Clinton Foundation gave $500,000 to Penn's charity, J/P Haitian Relief Organisation.
The donated money will be used to provide bridge funding for a camp in Petionville, which is run by the organisation.
Penn, 50, told People.com: 'The support of President Clinton and the Clinton Foundation is an extraordinary boost in our organisation's ability to continue its work in Haiti. [link]
Former presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush were among the first dignitaries to visit Haiti after the earthquake.
"From the beginning the Clinton Foundation staff and leadership have generously shared expertise and essential logistical support," said Penn who spent 6 months helping out in a refugee camp.
Meanwhile, Wyclef, who failed at his attempt to get his hands on Haiti's money as its president, is off somewhere making music videos and faking hospital visits for attention.