At D+R, everything we do is centered around a vision of a sustainable future. That vision extends beyond our corporate walls and into our community. We are proud to be active members of the community and believe it’s our duty to give back to the many diverse charities and volunteer projects in our area—all while keeping our carbon footprint in check.
In our 30+ years in business, D+R has provided financial and hands-on support to many local volunteer projects, including conducting an energy efficiency retrofit of the Maryland Ronald McDonald House, holding food drives and packing bags of food for DC Central Kitchen, helping Martha’s Table prepare food for distribution, providing holiday gifts for families served by Linkages to Learning, staffing dinner service at Shepherd’s Table, and donating furniture to A Wider Circle.
In the past year, we have supported the following organizations:
BEAT Riding Center – Provides physically, mentally, and emotionally challenged individuals’ opportunities for emotional and physical growth through horsemanship.
Casa Ruby – Provides bilingual and multicultural lifesaving services and programs to the most vulnerable in the LGBT community
Karasik Family, Infant & Child Care Center – Provides family-centered child care for typically-developing children, children with developmental disabilities and children with special health care needs.
Kids in Need of Defense – Represents unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children in their deportation proceedings through staff and pro bono attorney partners at law firms, corporations, and law schools nationwide.
Kindred –Builds trusting relationships between parents of diverse backgrounds and supports them to work with school leadership to drive equity and diversity in their schools and communities.
L’Arche Greater Washington DC – Fosters community in homes for people with intellectual disabilities
Last Chance Animal Rescue – Operates in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Takes in cats and dogs from more than 50 high-kill shelters in 12 states and provide disaster-relief services for pets.
Linkages to Learning – Supports student learning, builds strong families, and develops healthy communities with a comprehensive school-based prevention and intervention initiative working in partnership with the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services and other local public, private, and community agencies.
Lucky Dog Animal Rescue – Rescues homeless, neglected, and abandoned animals from certain euthanasia and finds them loving forever homes.
Open Goal Project – Sets out to create opportunities for players from low-income families to play travel soccer and access high-level soccer opportunities, to provide resources that empower those players and families to navigate the costs and overcome hidden barriers associated with playing, and to use soccer as a vehicle for cultural enrichment, higher educational opportunities, and greater life experiences.
Pathways DC – Provides home, health and hope to more than 3,000 individuals who are homeless or at risk for homelessness in Washington, DC
Rock Creek Conservancy – Promotes restoration of Rock Creek and its parklands as a natural oasis for all people to appreciate and protect.
Washington Area Bicyclist Association – Promotes bicycling for fun, fitness, and affordable transportation; advocates for better bicycling conditions; and educates riders and motorists about safe bicycling
YMCA Inspiring Futures – In focusing on boys of color, Inspiring Futures is supporting one of the most vulnerable demographics in Montgomery County and addressing the County’s priority of Children Prepared to Live and Learn.