Our Donors

  This slideshow requires JavaScript. DRAW is 100% privately funded. Because of your contributions, we were able to provide more than $250k worth of supplies that we distributed to Harvey and Irma victims. Whether you are donating supplies for our buckets, contributing financially, purchasing tickets for our events and/or spreading the word about our mission, [...]
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Our Volunteers Near and Far

This slideshow requires JavaScript. When a disaster hits, we have teams of volunteers that are ready to help. Whether they are on the ground responders that help to clean, remove debris, deliver buckets, etc., or volunteers that come to our warehouse to inventory, sort and compile buckets, these incredible people are our lifeline. During the [...]
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Our Team

Board of Directors Laurie Alli, Wellness Coach, Dotera and Owner, Saline Meadows Roberta Badgley, Budget Manager, School of Business Administration, Oakland University Eileen Bullen, President, Pullar Support Services Ryan Carroll, Account Executive, Determined Bill Hess, CEO of Hess Marketing Associates and Venture Development at Wave Aircraft Inc. Barb Kaufman Christy Knight, Student Services Coordinator, Grand Blanc Schools Jim [...]
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And Now… We Bring You Coffee!

Thanks to the amazing folks at Leelanau Coffee, DRAW now has it’s own line of coffee that helps support disaster relief. This special line of fresh, gourmet coffee (this is one quality bean, folks) is available in 12 oz. bags and will ship directly to your doorstep. Proceeds of these sales go toward the work DRAW [...]

Leadership Avalanche

The MASC/MAHS state conference was held on March 22-24, 2014, in Traverse City, MI. More than 100 high schools across the state of Michigan adopted DRAW as their official charity of the year.

Donation for DRAW

Clarkston Retailers Group representatives Peg Roth, at right, and Christina Calka, left, present a check to Greg Martin, creator of non-profit organization Disaster Relief in Action (DRAW).

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