$3.5 million in donations has gone to Hotshots' families

PHOENIX - How are your donations helping the Granite Mountain Firefighters' families?

The 100 Club of Arizona released a snapshot to show you as we approach one year since the tragedy in Yarnell.

The 100 Club reported it's given out $3.5 million so far to the Hotshots' families.

Officials said not a penny of your donations has gone to administrative costs.

In the past year, the 100 Club of Arizona has collected $4.6 million for the families of the 19 fallen firefighters.

Here's where that money is going:

-$332,500.00 went to survivor benefits

-$497,262.06 living expenses and support services

-$47,024.38 medical and health insurance

-$1,846,677.85 home/vehicle/debt elimination

-$675,740.86 funerals, memorials, memorial services and travel and lodging

 -$103,528.68 counseling  

TOTAL: $3,502,733.63 total disbursements as of June 14, 2014.

The 100 Club of Arizona said its continuing to provide $21,000 a month for dependent health care and living expenses. 

When the survivor funds run out, spouses and children can seek help from the 100 club's general fund.

ABC15 will be airing special coverage on the one-year anniversary June 30th.

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