Because we have become “the bucket people”, we have formed a drumline that plays on buckets to raise awareness of DRAW. They play all over the place, and these are videos from the Clarkston 4th of July Parade.
After Moore, OK was devastated by an EF-5 tornado in May of 2013, Bristol Middle School in Bristol, WI collected supplies for the survivors. This was a quick thank you to them.
Because we have become “the bucket people”, we have formed a drumline that plays on buckets to raise awareness of DRAW. They play all over the place, and this is a video from the 2013 Bavarian Festival.
A Monroe woman who was among a volunteer crew cleaning up after last week’s damaging tornadoes in Moore and Norman, Okla., said she would do it again but hopes such a massive disaster response isn’t needed in any community soon.
Greg Martin of Clarkston watched media reports of the Alabama tornadoes in late April 2011. “I decided to go as a first responder,” said Martin, 33, a former church youth director.
DRAW (Disaster Relief At Work) Marks 1st Anniversary of Impacting Lives and Making A Difference Birthday Celebration ‘Webathon’
One year ago DRAW (Disaster Relief At Work, Inc.) was founded on a singular premise: a natural disaster is the only time in the human experience when a person or family can instantaneously go from everyday life to rock bottom.
In March 2013, less than a year after DRAW first began, a documentary was made outlining the infant stages of DRAW. Appropriately, it was titled the DRAWcumentary, and you can watch it here.
Eighth-grade students in Derek Maynard’s science class at Carman- Ainsworth Middle School have been studying a severe weather unit which fit right in with a visit last Thursday from Greg Martin, who had returned two days earlier from helping families in New Jersey impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
Students at several Mid-Michigan schools are getting unique insight into disaster relief efforts on the East Coast this week. Greg Martin is the founder of DRAW- Disaster Relief At Work. He just returned from New Jersey, where he and about a dozen others spent five days helping Hurricane Sandy victims.
A dozen Asbury University students spend their long Labor Day weekend helping others who are trying to recover following Hurricane Issac.