Everyday Details is an African American worker-owned cooperative dedicated to improving the health and well-being of our community. Located in Western North Carolina, we provide cleaning, transportation, healthy food delivery, and errand support to the Asheville-Buncombe County area.
Our mission is to make available to people from all walks of life, of every age and stage, help with life’s daily details in a way that employs the highest levels of quality and customer service and builds wealth for our worker-owners.
In the video below Co-Founder and Worker-Owner, JéWana Grier-McEachin, describes her vision for the future of our cooperative, and explains how Everyday Details can meet the needs of our community.
Our cooperative offers a wide range of services including, but not limited to, cleaning, transportation, errand assistance, meal preparation, organization, and companionship.
To establish an online presence the Everyday Details cooperative decided to contract UNC Asheville student Julia Dorn, and photographer/videographer Andre Daugherty. The headshots and videos found throughout the new website are the work of local professional media production specialist, Andre Daugherty. Andre is the owner and operator of Pro 16 Productions, based in Asheville, NC. … Read More
JéWana is an essential part of the Everyday Details team, working in an administrative capacity for the cooperative while also serving as the Executive Director of Asheville Buncombe Institute of Parity Achievement (ABIPA). JéWana has a fantastic creative vision and excellent attention to detail. She sets a positive example for those around her and lights … Read More
The Asheville Buncombe Institute of Parity Achievement (ABIPA) is the proud recipient of the 2019 Isaac Coleman grant. Named for social justice champion Isaac Coleman, the Isaac Coleman Economic Community Investment plan calls for targeted investments in our communities that are currently working to champion equitable opportunity. In their application, ABIPA shared that their ‘shared … Read More