DRI Foundation Hosts Business Continuity Training for Wounded Warriors

The DRI Foundation hosted a special business continuity training course (BCLE 2000) for Wounded Warriors, the first of its kind, taught at Brooke Army Medical Center at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, TX, on August 13-17. Col. Alan Lake,…

Rebuilding and Resilience: After Hurricane Maria, Helping Schools and Children

The DRI Foundation is proud to partner with non-profit organizations in communities impacted by disasters to provide crucial assistance. Here are two cases for how donations from our supporters have been deployed to help in the Caribbean in the aftermath…

2018 Undergrad Scholarship Winner Knows the Value of a Backup Plan

Julia Neuvirth knows exactly what to do when confronted with a possible data security issue. “The first thing I do is call my dad,” she says. Julia is the winner of the 2018 DRI Foundation $5,000 college scholarship for a…

Rebuilding and Resilience: Protecting Houston’s Medical Infrastructure

The DRI Foundation is proud to join with non-profit organizations in communities impacted by disasters to provide help where it is needed most. Here’s one example of how donations from our supporters have been deployed. Houston was hit hard in…

2018 High School Senior Scholarship Winner: ‘I’m so surprised and grateful!’

“To the population of Toronto, April 23, 2018 was the first day spring. We had spent the week previous recovering from an unexpected ice storm. In the calm of that day, a van mounted the curb and drove through a…

Resilience and Rebuilding: Helping Canada’s First Responders

The DRI Foundation partners with non-profit organizations in communities impacted by disasters to provide help where it is needed most. But not all disasters are natural disasters, as evidenced by a tragic accident in Canada that led us to make a…