State AG: State Charities Raised More Than $400 Million For Sandy Relief
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Charities across New York have raised more than $400 million dollars for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
State Attorney General Schneiderman's office said it's been keeping tabs on the 88 nonprofit groups that are raising money for storm victims.
Soon, donors will be able to log on to the Attorney General's website to track how the money is being spent.
Among the groups surveyed by Schneiderman, The Robin Hood Foundation and The Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City are among the top five fundraisers.
The Red Cross tops the list, despite harsh criticism for what some called a slow response during the storm's aftermath.