In the midst of a nice article about Chabad 'relief' efforts in Mississippi and Alabama we find the following description of Chabad's activities there from Chabad itself:
Jewish people were the group’s focus but not the only beneficiaries. As the RV made its way down a residential street, the volunteers saw a man peeking through the curtains of his home. They stopped. The elderly man who answered the door had toughed out the storm as best he could, but his two broken legs and his reliance upon crutches had kept him from seeking out aid from relief centers. The Chabad group stocked the pantry with self-heating meals and offered to get him medical help. “When we came across people needing attention, helping them became part of our mission, no matter if they were Jewish or not,” said Dubrowski. Though the man refused medical help, “he was extremely thankful for the food.”
Again, this is not considered nonsectarian relief and all monies raised to support it under the pretext of nonsectarian distribution were raised fraudulently.