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$25k in 24 Hours: Flash Fundraiser Saves BBQ, Builds Pavilion In City

Over the years, a lot of promises have been made to Detroiters. Wonderful this, amazing that. But usually it takes months – or years – if it happens at all. But what about making something happen in a couple days? Is that even possible? Mallory Brown, Crowdrise, some online funders and company partners proved that it can. Yesterday, we told you the story of the CommuniD BBQ and 86,402 Seconds in Detroit. The BBQ has been in the southern part of the Midtown neighborhood (or Cass Corridor) for...

People Of The Internet Raise $17,000 (And Still Counting) In Hours To Save Homeless BBQ

“Detroit is a city that understands hardship,” opens the video. But it also has a lot of people with big hearts who are willing to open their wallets and help. The CommuniD BBQ has been going on for about eight years over at Fourth and Temple, feeding about 200 people every weekend. With all of the changes happening in the area – the new arena and other developments happening in a fast changing Midtown – it looked like the tradition of coming together and feeding the homeless by Elevate Detr...

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