You gotta love when the suburban charities advertise their activities in Midtown online. It makes it so much easier for us to keep track of them and monitor what piles of cast-offs and garbage they are leaving. It makes it so much easier for the police department to prosecute litterbugs.
Any activity on the corner of
PBJ Outreach Inc in Plymouth is actively recruiting volunteers to hit Detroit's feel-good-about-yourself-and-then-leave crossroads every Saturday morning from 8:00-10:00 am. They're registered as a charity with the State of Michigan, so if their activities should leave any mess we have an address to which the DPD can send a ticket. And to think they're bringing kids as young as seven years old to that corner!
PBJ Outreach, if you really want to make a difference, open up a homeless shelter out there on North Territorial in Plymouth and take Detroit's homeless there Satuday mornings so they can see what all they're missing out on; otherwise, please let our licensed and trained professional non-profit welfare service agencies take care of our down and out.
Wayne State University, please know that we don't appreciate WSU's ProjectVolunteer endorsing this kind of activity anywhere in Midtown.
Wayne State's Project Volunteer may provide volunteer opportunities for students at excellent non-profits like The Greening of Detroit and Habitat For Humanity, but they shouldn't be encouraging sammich distribution in the lot at MLK & Third or anywhere else off-campus in 48201, because Wayne State University certainly wouldn't tolerate this activity on their campus.