The DNC plans to donate a total $13 million to the redistricting effort. The money will be used by redistricting committees to buy various technology and hire staffs.
And top N.C. Republicans say their party will be forced to respond to the Democrats' effort.
Republicans currently have the majority in the U.S. House with 221 representatives, while Democrats have 211 members.
But some N.C. Democrats said they had not yet heard of the DNC plan to provide financial resources to redistricting committees, though they added that they plan to give any support the redistricting committees need.
N.C. Democratic Party Chairwoman Barbara Allen said the party will be working with the N.C. General Assembly to do redistricting the right way.
She said the party wants what is fair for it. "We want to get all the seats that are legitimately ours," Allen said.
Republican officials added that the Democrats' donation indicates their dedication to gaining an advantage in redistricting.
N.C. Republican Party Chairman Bill Cobey said the donation shows that Democrats are very concerned about gaining congressional seats in hopes of regaining control in the House.
"It sounds like they are really serious," he said. "It shows they are serious about giving their best effort to gerrymander and receive results in their favor."