(AOL Black Voices) — Relief organizations in the United States raised more than $1.3 billion for earthquake-ravaged Haiti, according to fundraising experts. What is also interesting is that most of this money has not yet been spent.
“That’s potentially worrisome with the hurricane season about to begin,” said Stacy Palmer, editor of the Chronicle of Philanthropy. “The kind of shelters that people are in right now are tarps and things that would not necessarily be able to withstand a hurricane. The goal is to get sturdier kinds of housing.”