No, Dream Rite is not part of any other charity organization. However, we may occasionally partner with other charity organizations whose missions are closely aligned with our mission to provide and/or receive support.
Like any other nonprofit organization, Dream Rite is not owned by any single individual, not even its founder. There is no “ownership” of the organization, as it is a publicly funded nonprofit charity organization. The organization is accountable to the regulatory bodies and the public.
The board of directors is a formal group of individuals carefully selected from members of the public to hold fiduciary responsibility for the organization and are therefore representative stakeholders for the public. The overall role of the board is strategic advisory and governance to ensure the organization’s missions and programs are strategically aligned.
Yes! We are a 501(c)3 tax-exempt status organization under United States IRS federal regulations. Our Tax Determination letter can be found by clicking on the IRS icon at the bottom of this page.
Dream Rite is registered in United States (Maryland) as a Non-Profit Corporation and in Nigeria as Incorporated Trustees.
If you are interested in sponsoring a child’s education, we will be glad to provide you with several students in need of educational sponsorship. You can read more about our SEED Scholarship (aka Sponsor-A-Child) program here
You can donate by clicking on the donate button at the top of this page. You can also visit www.dreamrite.org/donate to make a donation. We currently accept donations in US Dollars and Nigerian Naira. We accept all major credit cards. If you are using a debit/credit card with different currency, your donation will be converted to applicable currency depending on the merchant you select. We use Stripe for USD processing and Paystack for Nigerian Naira processing.
You can also make donations by check addressed to Dream Rite, Inc. 15408 Neman Dr. Bowie MD 20716 USA.
At this time, we are not able to collect donations by phone
Your donations are going towards program executions and operations. By our estimation, at least 90% of every dollar we receive goes towards programs, while the rest of the donation goes towards transaction fees and operations.
We do! We can accept donations of educational materials, computers, services or donations that can be used to support the African communities we serve. Please contact us with more information about your non-cash donations.
Yes we do! We send out quarterly email updates. You can subscribe on our home page to join our mailing list.
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