Nearly four months after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, donors have contributed more than $1.1-billion to support relief efforts.
Donors gave approximately $66-million of that total in response to a star-studded telethon that was broadcast on major television networks in January. Organizers awarded $35-million in grants on February 5.
Among the results:
• ActionAid has raised more than $419,000 as of March 2.
• Action Against Hunger International has raised more than $7-million globally as of May 10.
• Adventist Development and Relief Agency had raised $6.9-million as of May 11.
• The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee had raised more than $6.1-million as of March 16.
• American Jewish World Service had raised more than $5.7-million as of May 10 for its Haiti Earthquake Relief Fund.
• American Red Cross had raised approximately $444-million as of May 6, including $6-million from the Hope for Haiti telethon. More than $32-million was pledged to the Red Cross via text message.
• AmeriCares had raised more than $15-million as of May 10.
• Brother’s Brother Foundation had raised $725,000, and secured a pledge of $100,000, as of May 10.
• CARE USA had raised approximately $17.75-million as of May 7.
• Catholic Medical Mission Board had raised $1.92-million in cash as of May 10. The organization has also received donations of medicines and medical supplies worth $19.6-million.
• Catholic Relief Services had raised $135.7-million as of May 10.
• ChildFund International had raised $450,767 as of February 16.
• Church World Service had raised $3.2-million as of May 10.
• The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund had raised more than $37-million as of March 16.
• The William J. Clinton Foundation had received more than $14.5-million as of March 16.
• Concern Worldwide US had raised $3.2-million as of May 10.
• Cross International had raised $4.6-million as of March 16.
• Direct Relief International had raised $6.1-million in cash through the end of April.
• The Doctors Without Borders U.S. operations had raised $61.1-million for work in Haiti through April. Globally, the group and its international affiliates have raised $124-million and spent about $50-million to treat 100,000 people and provide other assistance.
• Feed the Children had raised $1-million as of May 7.
• Fonkoze USA had raised $1.26-million as of May 10.
• Friends of the World Food Program had raised $13.1-million, including $6-million from the Hope for Haiti Now telethon, as of May 10.
• Habitat for Humanity had raised $11.5-million as of May 10.
• Handicap International’s U.S. operations had raised $431,000 as of May 10.
• Heifer International had raised $1.4-million as of May 10.
• The Humane Society of the United States/Humane Society International has raised more than $1-million. The group has stopped soliciting money for Haiti relief.
• IMA World Health has raised more than $291,000 as of May 7. It has sent $730,000 in supplies.
• International Medical Corps had raised more than $6-million as of May 7.
• International Relief and Development has raised $345,000 in cash as of May 11. It has also received $12.5-million in gifts of products and supplies.
• The International Rescue Committee had raised $6.6-million as of May 10.
• Internews Network, a nonprofit group that promotes journalism abroad, received $200,000 from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to help the news media in Haiti recover from the disaster and broadcast critical information about the relief efforts.
• Islamic Relief USA had raised more than $2.1-million as of March 2.
• The Lions Clubs International Foundation had raised $2.4-million as of March 16.
• Lutheran World Relief had raised nearly $6.5-million as of May 7.
• Medical Teams International had raised $4.5-million as of May 10.
• Mennonite Central Committee had raised $5.18-million from donors in the United States as of May 10. The group had raised another $8.1-million in Canada.
• Mercy Corps had received $14.6-million as of May 7.
• Operation USA had raised $1.4 in cash as of May 7. It has also received $5.7-million in donations of products.
• Oxfam America had received $23.2-million as of May 10, $8-million of which came from the Hope for Haiti Now telethon. Internationally, Oxfam has raised more than $100-million.
• The Pan American Development Foundation had raised more than $1.61-million as of February 23.
• Partners in Health had received donations totaling $66-million as of March 16, including $8-million from the Hope for Haiti Now telethon.
• Plan USA had raised more than $2-million as of May 10. The group’s international affiliates had raised $32.6-million.
• Population Services International had raised more than $174,000 as of May 10.
• Project HOPE had raised $1.7-million in cash and pledges as of May 10. It has distributed $35-million in medical supplies.
• Relief International had raised more than $533,000 as of May 10.
• The Salvation Army had raised $20.5-million as of May 10.
• Save the Children USA had raised more than $25-million as of May 10. As of March, the organization’s international affiliates had raised an additional $35.1-million.
• The U.N. Foundation had raised more than $3.9-million as of May 11.
• The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee had raised more than $1.84-million as of the end of April for four grassroots charities in Haiti.
• The United Methodist Committee on Relief had raised $14.5-million as of March 11.
• The University of Miami had received $4.4-million as of March 2 for its relief efforts in Haiti. The university runs a community health program and other projects in Haiti, and more than 100 of its doctors, nurses, and other staff members have traveled to Haiti since the earthquake.
• The U.S. Fund for Unicef had received $65.4-million in cash and pledges as of May 10. That figure includes $6-million contributed as part of the Hope for Haiti Now telethon.
• World Vision’s U.S. operations had received more than $41-million as of May 7. Internationally, the organization has raised more than $103-million.
• Yele Haiti Foundation has received more than $16-million, which includes $1-million from the Hope for Haiti Now telethon, as of May 11.
Food for the Poor and Operation Blessing declined to share information on their fund-raising results.
Caroline Preston and Nicole Wallace compiled this list.