D.R.E.W. Projects Volunteers

D.R.E.W. Projects volunteers help implement sustainable community projects in local communities across the U.S.

Why Volunteer with D.R.E.W. Projects?

We are a dedicated team of community-focused people who seek to address community needs through sustainable projects. My twin sister and I founded D.R.E.W. Projects because we care about local and global issues and choose to be a part of the solution.

 

When you volunteer with D.R.E.W. Projects, you can apply your professional skills, discover your passion for helping others, and solve community problems through creative projects. Volunteering gives you the opportunity to make a difference, support one of D.R.E.W. Projects eight initiatives that you care about, and connect with your community.

 

Volunteer Requirements

  • All volunteers must be over the age of 18 and have reliable transportation.

  • Photo Release Form

  • Liability Waiver

  • Background check / Fingerprinting

Training

  • Volunteers are required to attend one D.R.E.W. Projects training. 

  • Attend training three weeks prior to the event. You will have the opportunity to learn more about D.R.E.W. Projects mission, vision, and initiatives as well as specific details about the time commitment, participation, and expectations.

Communication

  • All volunteers will receive a confirmation that we received your application.

  • Leadership will follow up with next steps and contact you via email.

Are You Ready to Become a

D.R.E.W. Projects Volunteer?

Are you a person interested in enhancing your community? Are you passionate about serving others? We are looking for awesome volunteers to help implement D.R.E.W. Projects Initiatives throughout the U.S. Please click the button below and complete the inquiry form to be added to the volunteer database. We will contact you once an opportunity becomes available.

 

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North Hollywood, CA, USA

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D.R.E.W. Projects, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization