TITLE

Long After Sandy, Red Cross Post-Storm Spending Still a Black Box

AUTHOR(S)
Elliott, Justin; Eisinger, Jesse
PUB. DATE
April 2014
SOURCE
Pro Publica;4/1/2014, p25
SOURCE TYPE
Blog Entry
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the $312 million given by the donors to the American Red Cross for the Superstorm Sandy in occurred 2012. It reflects on how the Red Cross spend the money given by the supporting organizations. It notes that the organization has spent $291 million on Sandy until February 2014, but the organization has not given a breakdown showing how they spent the money. Douglas White, a charity expert, alleged that there was a lack of transparency among charities.
ACCESSION #
97101699

 

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