A Breakdown of How Nonprofits Raised and Spent Money to Help Rebuild Haiti

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.

ActionAid USA
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.


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