In its continuing efforts to aid communities affected by disasters, the DRI Foundation has provided support to the Global Medical Relief Fund, which aids children who are missing or have lost the use of limbs or eyes, have been severely burned, or have been injured due to war, natural disaster or illness.
GMRF, along with partners-in-effort, doctors, nurses, hospitals and community volunteers, have worked for 20 years helping more than 375 children, many of them amputees and burn victims, or victims of war, violent acts or natural disasters, who have little or no medical resources. It provides children around the world with vital medical care and ongoing treatment so that they can eventually heal and return home to grow up and become thriving members of their own cities, towns, communities, and countries.
The DRI Foundation is proud to support such nonprofit organizations building resilience in their communities. 100 percent of the money collected will go to small, local organizations that are an integral part of their communities. Click here to donate.