We dedicate resources to local & global non-profit organizations to do impactful community projects
Who We Are
D.R.E.W. Projects, Inc. is a black-owned and women-led 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Sparked by a passion for creating change, identical twin sisters Adria Brodie & Apryle Brodie co-founded D.R.E.W. Projects in February 2017.
Our Mission: To help local and global non-profit organizations enhance their community by dedicating resources, creating partnerships, and implementing sustainable projects.
Our Vision: To be the leading partner of community-focused projects for local and global non-profit organizations.
Our Values: A.C.T.I.O.N. - Accountability, Community, Teamwork, Integrity, Open-minded, and Neighborly symbolize our guiding principles in operating and approaching community issues and sustainable solutions.
Our Swag: We are laid back, confident, focused, energetic, and impactful.
Adria & Apryle
What We Do
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D.R.E.W. Projects dedicate resources like technology devices, project materials, and outreach tools to 501(c)(3) public, non-profit organizations.
Are you seeking a partner to collaborate on your next community project? Are you looking for volunteer opportunities? If your project aligns with one of D.R.E.W. Project Initiatives or if you would like to support one of our projects, click below to learn more about D.R.E.W. Projects partnerships.
D.R.E.W. Projects Initiatives are in-house community projects implemented to address women's health, women and girls, civic engagement, education, leadership, arts & humanities, social enterprise, and entrepreneurship
Read our Featured Blog & Donate Feminine Hygiene Kits
D.R.E.W. Projects celebrates Menstrual Hygiene Day (MHDay) on May 28th with My Friends Place in Hollywood, California & the Athleta El Segundo store. Get the deets inside.
As part of our Women's Health Initiative, we will continue to seek donations for our Feminine Hygiene Kits campaign, which we donate to women and girls experiencing homelessness.