From The Chronicle of Philanthropy July 9, 2010
Six months after the earthquake in Haiti, nonprofit groups have raised $1.3-billion to help the nation recover.
Amount raised: $471,813; $11,000,000 worldwide
Amount spent: $2,351,000 worldwide
Where the money went: Food, clothing, and tarps for 20,000 people. Basic health care for 140 people. Also has gathered and mapped information on gender-based violence in the camps.
Read the full article to find out how other nonprofit groups raised and spent money to aid in Haiti’s reconstruction.