The Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City released its one-year report on Hurricane Sandy-related relief activities Monday.
The charity says nearly 21,000 donors contributed more than $60 million, along with another $6 million of supplies.
The donations helped treat more than 1,700 homes for mold and establish a repair program for up to 600 homes.
Additionally, more than 720 small businesses and 150 nonprofits were helped by a loan and grant program.
That's in addition to the 487 service projects tackled by more than 15,000 volunteers.