Of the 237 lawmakers who originally said they wouldn't accept their pay, nearly 150 have responded. The tables below show that dozens of lawmakers ended up donating money to nonprofit groups in their districts and home states. Another 14 lawmakers sent back money to the U.S. Treasury to help pay down the federal deficit. Dozens more kept their pay because they had planned to donate only if federal workers and congressional staffers weren’t retroactively paid for time served during the shutdown. Congress eventually voted to pay those workers.