Always nice when our friends at Detroit Soup get some media love from near and far, this time from the Detroit News.
These days philanthropy is being fueled by regular folks funding local projects they feel a passion for. And their modest contributions really add up for projects that may need only a few hundred (or thousand) dollars to get off the ground.
Doing this online via sites like IndieGoGo or Kickstarter is easy enough, but what if you'd like to feel more personally involved or would like to meet face to face with the artist/educator/entrepreneur who will use your money?
Detroiter Amy Kaherl has an answer: Check out Detroit Soup.
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