Working to change the world, one neighborhood at a time

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The Kornr Store project has less than 50 days to reach its initial $25K crowdfunding goal.
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Your commitment to invest or donate today will make this happen.

I am asking for your help because for years grocery stores left cities like Detroit for the suburbs creating what many call “food deserts”.

While Detroit is known as the Motor City, many of its low income residents and seniors don’t own cars or drive so the closest food options are typically gas stations, dollar stores and fast food establishments. Kornr Store, the neighborhood marketplace located at 6224 16th Street, Detroit 48208 will fill the gap and offer healthy food and drink options to the historical NW Goldberg neighborhood and surrounding communities.

Today, invest or donate to the Kornr Store project and be part of an effort to bring healthy food and drink options to families within their neighborhood.

The process to invest or donate is simple and quick and will be the way you help bring healthy food and drink options to NW Goldberg and surrounding communities.

Invest: Just click this link to learn more and invest:  Small Change/ Kornr Store Listing .
Post any question you have on the listing page!

Donate via GoFundMe: Click this link to learn more and donate:

Donate via credit card: at the bottom of this page

Please join others from Detroit and nationally who have invested or donated to the Kornr Store project.

100% of your investment or donation will fund Kornr Store’s rehab and improvements.

Support the Kornr Store Team in rehabbing and activating this long vacant grocery store into a vibrate neighborhood marketplace that will offer fruits and vegetables along with other healthy food and drink options.

Invest or donate and make an immediate difference that will impact lives for years to come.

And so you know, Kornr Store will not share or sell your information.

Thank you,
Brinda Devine and
the Kornr Store Team
“working to change the world, one neighborhood at a time”

Thank you Eve Picker of for inviting me to your podcast and giving me the opportunity to talk about my project, but also the unnecessary challeges women developers face in accessing capitial for their real estate projects.

Click the highlighted link and listen to previous owner, Mr. Albert Crockett tell his story about how he started the store in the 1970's,  Mr. Albert Crockett - Crockett Grocery Store .


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