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Ivy Kitchen + Cocktails Detroit turns to crowd-funding campaign as Michigan works to reopen

Ivy Kitchen + Cocktails Detroit, Crowd-Funding Campaign
Posted at 6:41 PM, Jun 19, 2020

(WXYZ) — COVID -19 has wreaked havoc on so many amazing small businesses in Detroit. But more help is here!

It comes in the form of a unique fund-raising campaign!

7 Action News Reporter Andrea Isom re-introduces us to Nya Marshall, the owner of Ivy Kitchen & Cocktails Detroit. Nya is beyond grateful for this opportunity to begin again.

And you can help her make it happen too! Here's how to help move Ivy Kitchen & Cocktails Detroit, in the right direction: Make a donation!

All of your donations will be matched dollar for dollar by The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC).

Donate below to the IVY Kitchen COVID-19 Pandemic Fund

You can also drop off cash or checks at:

9215 E. Jefferson Ave.
Detroit, MI 48214

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