Contributions continue to pour in for relief efforts in Haiti. Ten days after the massive earthquake struck, donors have contributed more than $380 million to 35 U.S. nonprofit groups, according to a tally by The Chronicle of Philanthropy. (See a list of tallies from the organizations.)

The pace of giving for Haiti is running ahead of the amount donated in the same period after the Asian tsunamis in 2004, but slower than the outpouring of gifts after the flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

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