The Miami Herald reported, "For Haiti, the Red Cross has raised more than $250 million and has plans for some $80 million of that so far, said Red Cross spokesman Jonathan Aiken."
It turns out 9/11 was only the tip of the iceberg for the Red Cross making alternate use of money they were supposedly collecting for something else. Here's an article from the Los Angeles Times in 2005 where they mention some interesting stuff, like how millions were donated to help with the 1989 San Francisco Bay earthquake disaster, but only a fraction of it made it to those involved in relief.
Partners In Health is a charity based out of Boston. They operated hospitals all over Haiti, staff of about 5,000, 700 of them doctors and nurses. They raised about $40 mil. The Red Cross had approximately 15 people in Haiti, mostly giving out malaria vaccines and such. They have raised over $200 mil so far, and apparently are in no rush to distribute the cash.
...aaaaand I'm done.