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How We Partner

Non-Profit Organizations

The benefit of partnering with D.R.E.W. Projects, Inc. is that you are not in the fight alone. We partner with U.S. non-profit organizations with 501(c)(3) status whose mission, projects, or resource needs align with D.R.E.W. Projects Initiatives* and dedicate the resources necessary to support their efforts to meet the needs of the individuals or communities they serve. If you are a non-profit organization seeking additional resource opportunities, please email us at

* Currently, the Women's Health Initiative is the only active initiative.

Global Networks

As changemakers, it is essential to keep a pulse on what is happening worldwide—especially those conversations that address topics aligned with D.R.E.W. Project Initiatives. We aim to understand better what the resource gaps are. What are the barriers? What are the challenges and lessons learned? How can we connect the dots between worldwide issues we can solve at the local level and local issues we can raise at the global level? All of which will inform our efforts to provide resource solutions to local non-profits in the U.S.

Our team is part of a global network of change. We engage with international peers by attending training and workshops, resource sharing, and participating in global conversations. We do this to drive change collectively, creating a rippled effect of positive outcomes for communities impacted by systemic problems and ineffective solutions.

While we strive for change, we take time to celebrate our wins and the wins of others. Our team hosts celebratory events annually in line with our global partners to bring awareness to critical issues impacting communities and to reflect on the milestones achieved that reaffirm we are making strides in the right direction.

Businesses & Individuals

We partner with businesses and community members who want to get involved in helping us build stronger communities. Some find our organization via a Google search. Others email our non-profit directly for assistance with a company "give back" day. Whichever path they reach us, our team gets excited about the local collaboration. How excited? We celebrate those who give back by highlighting their efforts on our blog and sharing their impact story on social media—serving others and putting the needs of others before themselves is pretty darn cool. 

If you are interested in donating, hosting a drive, or sponsoring an initiative, email our team at

We leverage volunteers to help build capacity to implement D.R.E.W. Projects Initiatives. Our volunteers are made up of various people with all interests and bring personal experiences, professional skills, and creative ideas to the project. Each person fully engages in our organization's mission and is committed to helping nonprofits build stronger communities.


Learn more about our process

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