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Request For Resource Proposal 

Resource Proposal Overview

D.R.E.W. Projects dedicate resources to public 501(c)(3) U.S. non-profit organizations with annual revenue of $25k or less. Through our experience, we've encountered numerous startup non-profits addressing the challenge of "not enough" when implementing community projects. To help solve this issue, D.R.E.W. Projects has made it part of our mission to help close the gap in technology, project, and outreach needs.


We provide material resources (not funding) to help non-profit organizations implement community projects in their neighborhood. The projects must align with one or more D.R.E.W. Projects Initiatives for consideration.


Funding for these resources is made possible through fundraising, donations, and not grants. We will announce open dates to apply for the biannual Resource Request Proposals on this page. 


  • IPads

  • Tablets

  • Kindles

  • Cameras


  • Sponsorships

  • Banners with logos

  • Outreach table with chairs

  • Tradeshow materials

Project Resources

  • Project Supplies

  • Goods

  • Materials

Who We Award

  • Public 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations (within the U.S.) with an annual revenue of $25k or less

  • Public 501(c)(3) non-profit organization recognized and in good standing with the IRS

  • Must be established for a minimum of two years

  • Share D.R.E.W. Values: Accountability, Commitment, Teamwork, Integrity, Open-minded, and Neighborly.

  • Community projects align with one or more D.R.E.W. Projects Initiatives: Women's Health, Women & Girls, Civic Engagement, Education, Leadership, Social Enterprise, Arts & Humanities, and Entrepreneurship.

Who We Do Not Award

  • Individuals

  • Private organizations and private foundations

  • Public non-profit organizations with an annual revenue exceeding $25K

  • Public 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations not in good standing with the IRS 

  • Global non-profit organizations

  • Organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity and expression, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status

  • Organizations that require membership in a certain religion or that advance a particular religious faith

  • Political campaigns, voter registration drives, or lobbying for a specific legislation

Resource Request Proposal Process

What to Expect

  • Web announcement of Resource Request Proposal (RRP) open submission period

  • Non-profit organizations submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) at 

  • D.R.E.W. Projects board members review all Letter of Intent received after the submission period has closed

  • Selected organizations receive an email invitation to complete the RRP

    • All requests for resources must include a completed Resource Request Proposal, a copy of the IRS Determination Letter, and a signed Conflict of Interest

  • Once RRP's are received, please allow 6 to 8 weeks for final review and awards

  • Award notices are sent via email attached to documentation requiring signatures from the executive director(s)

D.R.E.W. Projects Resource Request Proposal Schedule

Technology Proposal

  • Anticipated RRP Release Date: TBD

Outreach Proposal

  • Anticipated RRP Release Date: TBD

Project Resources

  • Anticipated RRP Release Date: TBD