Nonprofit Online News, 2 May 2007.
According to a recent Washington Post report, most Hurricane Katrina aid from international governments and organisations went unclaimed due to failure by the US government to collect most of the international cash assistance for Katrina's victims.
Since Hurricane Katrina, there have been thousands of organisations who have been working to help the communities of New Orleans. However, the Washington Post article shed some light on the US government’s response to the aid. It argues that many governments and NGOs wanted to help but the US government wouldn’t allow that to happen.
To read the article titled, “Most Katrina Aid from Overseas went Unclaimed,” click here.