GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – The leadership and initiative of a West Michigan man received a special tribute in Lansing. Robb Munger, the founder and president Exodus Place, started with a vision in 2009, and now seven years later, they are changing lives.
Exodus Place, located on the Grand River use to be a corrections facility that went into disarray. Robb saw a need in our Grand Rapids community and remodeled the building. Exodus now provides housing, rehabilitation, along with bible studies, skill training, resume help and more for Grand Rapids men struggling with homelessness, addiction or just need extra help.
Over hundred men are living at Exodus Place at one time. These are lives that are being changed for the better, thanks to the work of everyone at Exodus Place and the leadership of Robb Munger.
Watch the special tribute on the floor of the Michigan State Senate to hear the full tribute here:
For more information on Exodus Place and how they are giving men in Grand Rapids a hand up, not a hand out.
Below is a picture of the tribute signed by Senator Dave Hildenbrand and Governor Synder.