Latest Entries
Volunteer Day 2018: FAQ
Volunteerism

Volunteer Day 2018: FAQ

We are just over 2 weeks away from Volunteer Day at DRI2018 in Nashville! Here is everything that our volunteers need to know about the event and their participation – including transportation information, and important waivers that must be signed. Venue Details Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee: 331 Great Circle Road, Nashville, TN … Continue reading

Give to the DRI Foundation’s Harvey Recovery Fund
Development / Donations After Disasters / Recovery and Rebuilding / Relief

Give to the DRI Foundation’s Harvey Recovery Fund

In our profession, we know that communities like Houston, TX and others recently devastated by Hurricane Harvey need help to recover and rebuild. The DRI Foundation is committed to supporting the resilience efforts of these communities to help them build back better. Will you join us? Every penny donated to our Harvey Recovery Fund goes directly to recovery and resilience efforts. … Continue reading

2017 Undergrad Scholarship Winner: ‘This is Huge for My Family’
Education / Scholarship

2017 Undergrad Scholarship Winner: ‘This is Huge for My Family’

What can you say about DRI Foundation Scholarship winner Michael Tatum Jr.? A lot. But let’s start here: The Georgia Tech student is a peer leader; a Division 1 cheerleader; a member of Eta Kappa Nu, the Electrical and Computer Engineering Honors Society;  an Engineers Without Borders Prototyping Researcher; a volunteer at Youth Life Foundation … Continue reading

Congratulations to 2017’s DRI Foundation High School Senior Scholarship Winner!
Education / Scholarship

Congratulations to 2017’s DRI Foundation High School Senior Scholarship Winner!

When Richard Wilson’s phone rang on Thursday, June 8, he didn’t recognize the number, didn’t recognize the voice on the other end, and like many of us who are tired of getting calls from telemarketers and phone scammers, Richard hung up. Then Richard blocked the number. “I’ve had the parents of scholarship winners say a … Continue reading