DRAW: Disaster Relief At Work

DRAW (Disaster Relief At Work) is a nonprofit dedicated to providing relief services to communities around the United States hit by natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes and tornadoes, providing whatever the survivors need as soon as they need it. Volunteer activities include relief supply bucket assembly, supply collection and donations, on-the-ground responders, and collecting grocery bags, making plastic yarn, and creating woven bags for people evacuating disasters as part of our Green Initiative.

Group Details:

PEOPLE YOU HAVE A HEART FOR: Children / Youth, College Students, Elderly, Homeless, Immigrants / Refugees, Military / Veterans, Single Parents, Other

AREA OF INTEREST OR SKILL YOU HAVE TO SHARE: Service Projects, Other

LOCATION WHERE YOU'D LIKE TO SERVE: Other

FREQUENCY YOU'D LIKE TO SERVE: Weekly, Bi-weekly, Monthly, One-time / Special Event

LOCATION NOTE: Located at the Draw Warehouse and natural disaster locations in the contiguous 48 states.

Leaders:

  • Mike Palmer (Leader)
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