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Back 2 School Store


Welcome to our Back 2 School Store

The Back 2 School Store is a one-day annual event in August, to help Detroit students in need have the right tools for a successful school year.  Our pop-up store is designed to look like a department store, where each child “shops” with a personal shopper for new clothing: shirt, pants, socks, underwear, winter coat, hat, gloves and shoes. The child also selects a new backpack, and fills it with school supplies and personal care items.


Sponsor a child one sheet 2015

Sponsor a Child
Sponsor a Child
You may sponsor one child for $180, two for $360, three for $540, and four for $720. If you would like to sponsor more than four children you can change the quantity in the shopping cart.
Price: $180.00
Sponsor Quantity




Knitting with a Purpose


Pick up yarn at the office and knit on your own or join us Monday mornings from 10:00-11:30 am at Fun with Fiber in Farmington Hills as we get together and knit hats for the Back 2 School Store.


33338 12 Mile Road 

Farmington Hills




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