Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign has reached a fundraising milestone, her finance director reportedly revealed this week.

Dennis Cheng told Clinton staffers in Brooklyn, N.Y., Thursday that their team is already halfway to its goal of raising a staggering $1 billion, the Associated Press reported, citing anonymous sources.

Clinton's campaign, which had a target goal of $100 million during the Democratic primary, is reportedly uneasy about publishing fundraising numbers for fear it would attract negative attention in a year where voters have signaled disgust for big money in politics.

The Democratic candidate raised a total of $90 million in July, according to campaign manager Robby Mook.

On the other side of the aisle, GOP nominee Donald Trump raised approximately $80 million for himself and the Republican Party last month, according to a campaign spokesperson.

On its own, the Republican National Committee has raised roughly $200 million this election cycle. Of that amount raised, $27.2 million was in July. The GOP now has $34.5 million cash on hand, it said.

By contrast, the RNC raised $37.7 million in July 2012 and had $88.7 million cash on hand at that point.

Of the donations made in July of this year, 96 percent were $200 or less. Moreover, the average donation in July 2016 was approximately $105, the RNC said.

Clinton is in the middle of a fundraising tour that will see her joining with wealthy donors at roughly 43 high-profile events in 14 states, the AP said.

The Democratic nominee is in Martha's Vineyard this weekend with family and friends as they celebrate former President Bill Clinton's 70th birthday.