The White House announced where President Trump’s $1 million donation to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts is going

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump announced on Wednesday a personal donation of $1 million to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The money will go to twelve organizations, including the Red Cross, Salvation Army, and the ASPCA.

Hurricane Harvey, which ripped through Houston and parts of the Texas coastline, covered much of the city in water, destroying homes and displacing thousands of residents.

The Trumps visited Texas during the immediate aftermath of the storm, where they met with officials and oversaw relief work conducted by both federal agencies and volunteer groups.

The White House notes that many of the organizations the Trumps donated to were recommended by members of the White House press corps.

Here’s where the money is going:

    Red Cross – $300,000 Salvation Army – $300,000 Reach Out America – $100,000 Samaritan’s Purse – $100,000 ASPCA – $25,000 Catholic Charities – $25,000 Direct Relief – $25,000 Habitat for Humanity – $25,000 Houston Humane Society – $25,000 Operation Blessing – $25,000 Portlight Inclusive Disaster Strategies – $25,000 Team Rubicon – $25,0000

Trump landed in hot water during the 2016 campaign when reporters dug into his claims that he donated $1 million to the fundraiser he held for veterans in lieu of attending a Republican debate that year. Reporters had a hard time confirming how much money has actually been distributed to veterans groups.