Dear DREAM Supporter,
As salamu alaykum! Peace be upon you.

Project Homecoming is making waves—and we wanted to be sure you saw the news! Click here to read a great profile of DREAM, Brother Dawud Clark, and our neighborhood that Crain’s Detroit Business published this weekend.

Can’t view it on Crain’s? Click here to check it out on our site.

Dream of Detroit Privately Takes on Neighborhood Redevelopment

Dream of Detroit Privately Takes on Neighborhood Redevelopment

“Dawud Clark, a formerly incarcerated Detroit resident, is pictured at the work station where he crafts leather goods. Clark is house manager for a transitional home for formerly incarcerated men called Project Homecoming that is opening on Detroit’s west side.”

– Courtesy of Annalise Frank/Crain’s Detroit Business

Reply to let us know what you think of the story, and be sure to share it with your friends.

We’re so proud of the efforts Dawud and his team have put into building a transitional home for formerly incarcerated brothers — and so are our neighbors. Check out the quote below.

Picture of Home for Incarcerated Brothers

“They’ve pretty much taken the block there and changed the trajectory of the block pretty substantially….They’ve…created some ripple effects in the neighborhood.”

– Debbie Fisher, executive director of Hope Village Revitalization”

We’re thankful for the opportunity to spread DREAM’s message.

The work continues, and we’re keeping our eyes on the prize. In the midst of a global pandemic, your support is more important than ever as we create our welcoming, beloved community.

Support Project Homecoming and DREAM today.

As always, we’re grateful for you. Have a blessed day!

The Dream of Detroit Team


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