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…

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…

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…

The Long-Term Good of Your Donations – Water Mission in Nepal

Following the Nepal earthquake in April, 2015, DRI Foundation donors raised more than $20,000 to assist Water Mission in its response. Stewardship Manager Ken Garber provided an update on how your funding has helped: The 7.8-magnitude earthquake devastated Nepal on…

In the Wake Of Recent Disasters, Please Give to the Foundation’s Recovery Funds

The many areas recently devastated by Hurricanes like Harvey, Irma, and Maria, as well as the Mexico City earthquake, are in need of help to recover and rebuild. The DRI Foundation is committed to supporting the resilience efforts of these…

Give to the DRI Foundation’s Harvey Recovery Fund

In our profession, we know that communities like Houston, TX and others recently devastated by Hurricane Harvey need help to recover and rebuild. The DRI Foundation is committed to supporting the resilience efforts of these communities to help them build back better. Will you…

Gulf Coast Recovery: Resilience Community Donations Help Rebuild Baton Rouge

In August, continuous rainfall in southern Louisiana and Mississippi caused widespread flooding. The Federal Government declared a major disaster, reportedly the worst to hit the U.S. since Superstorm Sandy, killing at least 13 people, displacing thousands, and destroying about 60,000…

DRI Foundation Joins Reunion Sportive d’Haiti to Bring Relief and Recovery Following Hurricane Mathew

Hurricane Mathew struck Haiti on October 4, impacting an estimated 1.4 million people. The Category 4 hurricane caused devastation in a country still recovering from the impact of the 2010 earthquake. The DRI Foundation identified and partnered with Reunion Sportive…