Dunkle explains her plan on the project's page:
"We want to turn Kurt Cobain's childhood home into a museum.
We're making sure this house is memorialized by us fans so it doesn't end up in the clutches of capitalist greed. This museum will reflect the anti-commercialism spirit of Nirvana.
We only had a few minutes in the house to take video and photos. It's not edited, it's not fancy, but it's real. And that's how we want the house to remain. Ideally, it will contain actual donated items from his life. That part is still in negotiation. Right now we need to get the house to make sure it's preserved."
Like most crowdfunding projects, there are various rewards for donating. They range from $15, which will get you one year of free museum membership, to $1,000, which gets you lifetime museum membership, a t-shirt, and a sleepover after construction.
According to Spin, Cobain's mother and sister put the house on the market back in September of 2013. Apparently, the asking price of the house is $500,000. But, the house was only valued at $67,000.
Dunkle toured the house and recorded video in Kurt Cobain's bedroom. Check out the graffiti he left on the walls