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Next Dinner: Citywide SOUP is Sunday, November 16

Proposal Submission Deadline: November 9

The Jam Handy, 2900 E. Grand Blvd
Detroit, MI 48202
$5 for soup, salad and a vote
Doors at 6:00 p.m.
Proposals at 7 / Dinner around 8 / Winner announced by 9
SOUP is a potluck dinner! Email info@detroitsoup.com to sign up to bring a soup or salad!

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September SOUP Winner: Clean Up Detroit went home with $909.50

Clean Up Detroit

 

Project Contact:Clean Up Detroit

Email:cleanupdetroit313@yahoo.com

 

Project Summary

Clean Up Detroit will benefit the community in many ways. The most important thing that we promise to do is clean up and restore neglected and abandoned lots. We plan on doing this by heading out into the community, walking the streets, to find abandoned homes, lots, and neglected areas. We will then cut away, clear, remove and restore the abandoned lots to its original state. Mr. Jackson and Clean Up Detroit will provide regular maintenance of all lots, and properties on a consistent basis. It is Mr. Jackson’s passion to not only start the process of cleaning up lots, but maintaining the cleanup as well.

We really feel that Clean Up Detroit will make a difference, in our communities, first and foremost for the safety of our children. Many of our children have to walk to and from school, or throughout their neighborhoods at different times for various reasons. With Clean Up Detroit clearing out and cleaning out abandoned lots, boarding up abandoned houses and removing debris from open spaces, streets and driveway, children will be provided with a clear and safe area to walk in. Additionally, by one organization cleaning up lots and restoring old properties, it may influence neighbors to either volunteer or clean up their properties.

Since we met with Detroit Soup we have a new addition of our Clean Up Detroit phone line. The line is made available 24 hours a day to any one in the community who has a clean up needed in their community. We will return their call and clean up the requested area. The Clean Up Detroit number is 313-438-1571 ext. 2.

 

Why does this project matter to the Detroit Community?

Safety is the first reason why this project will matter to the Detroit Community. Everyone has a right to feel safe in the community where they live, work and play. This project matters to the Detroit Community, because we would like to assist in making Detroit a better place, and we are on our way. Our contribution is to do this by mowing lawn, removing debris, cleaning up littered lots,restoring desolate homes and eventually neglected neighborhoods. We all need to work together to transform Detroit back to the fabulous Motor City – the City of Motown it once was,so we are committed to cleaning up a few lots in your community, and after the cleanup leaving a Clean Up Detroit lawn sign to let everyone know, that we here at Clean Up Detroit ….care.

 

How will you use SOUP grant funding towards the realization of your project? Our goal is to purchase an enclosed trailer to carry our equipment to clean up sites. Additionally funding will be used for garbage bags, safety goggles, rakes, clippers, first aid kit, plastic gloves, and other clean up materials.

 

What is he timeframe for your project and how could you share its progress/completion at an upcoming SOUP?Our time frame is to complete the job in 30 days. We would love to share about our progress and completion using a slideshow presentation.