Here is a list of some of the most interesting and high-profile donors who have contributed to Clinton's campaign:
Anthony Weiner: The former New York congressman who was involved in two sex scandals and is married to top Clinton aide, Huma Abedin, contributed $550 worth of office supplies and furniture to the campaign.
Steven Spielberg: The uber famous director and producer donated $2,700.
Leonardo di Caprio: The 40-year-old “Wolf of Wall Street” star wrote a $2,700 check.
Anna Wintour: Vogue’s editor-in-chief, a longtime Clinton supporter, contributed $2,700.
Haim Saban: Known as Clinton’s mega-donor, the billionaire and owner of Univision hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at his Beverly Hills home in May.
Barbra Streisand: Babs chipped in $2,700.
Trudy Busch Valentine: The daughter of brewing magnate, August Busch Jr, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at the Busch Family Estate’s historic Grant’s Farms in Missouri in late June.
Gary Hirshberg: The chairman of Stonyfield Farm, the organic yogurt producer, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at their home in New Hampshire in early July.
Tony Bennett: The jazz legend donated to Clinton’s campaign and attended a fundraiser for her in New York City in April.
Chris Colfer: The “Glee” star proved he’s a Clinton super fan with a $5,400 check, maxing out for both the primary and general election cycle.
Olivia Wilde: The “O.C.” actress contributed $2,700 and appeared at a fundraiser for Clinton last month at Terminal 5 in NYC.
Richard Perry: The owner of Barneys, and his fashion-designer wife Lisa, hosted Clinton’s very first campaign fundraiser at their Manhattan apartment in April.
Bryan Cranston: The “Breaking Bad” actor contributed $2,700.
John Donahoe: The President and CEO of eBay hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at his Bay Area home in May.
L.A. Reid: The music mogul hosted a fundraiser for Clinton in May. Beyonce, Sharon Osbourne, Tamar Braxton, and Megan Trainor were all in attendance.
Sheryl Sandberg: Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer and author of “Lean In” donated $2,700 to Clinton’s campaign.
Ben Affleck: The “Batman” and “Argo” star ponied up $2,700.
Chris Hughes and Sean Eldridge: The Co-Founder of Facebook and his husband, Sean, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at the NYC apartment in June.
James Carville: The longtime political strategist for Bill Clinton is continuing his Clinton support. He donated $2,700 to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Steven Bochco: The NYPD Blue writer hosted a fundraiser for Clinton in May at his Pacific Palisades home. Senator Barbara Boxer was a co-host.
Linda Derschang: The Seattle restauranteur, who has been called the “Queen of Seattle Nightlife,” gave $2,700 to Clinton.
Marc Winkelman: The CEO of Calendar Holdings LLC, the largest operator of seasonal pop-up stores in the world, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at his Texas home last month.
Margaret Russell: The Editor-in-Chief of Architectural Digest co-hosted a fundraiser for Clinton in New York City in April.
Claire Lucas & Judy Dlugacz: The owners of Olivia, a travel company that sells cruises marketed towards lesbians, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at their Washington, DC home in June.
Jeffrey Katzenberg: The DreamWorks CEO, along with his wife Marilyn, son David, and daughter Laura, each donated $2,700 to the campaign.
Jennifer Granholm: Michigan’s former governor turned Berkeley professor made a $2,000 donation to the campaign.