Kent County has become the 45th community in the nation to effectively end homelessness among veterans, federal officials confirm.
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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Last night’s event at the GRAM for the Connecting With Community Awards was a great success. Connecting with Co…
The winners of the Connecting with Community Awards were announced on May 24, 2017.
Community Rebuilders, Salvation Army, and the Veterans Administration are all working to end veteran homelessness in Grand Rapids
Congregational Kitchen out of Allegan helps underprivileged individuals in their area by providing nutritious meals and food supplies
Bringing veterans and horses together to heal.
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Telling untold stories about Grand Rapids music history
Local partnership works to end veteran homelessness in Kent County.
This Connecting with Community Awards Finalist is addressing youth homelessness
Matching juvenile offenders with shelter dogs to learn important life skills.
This partnership works to provide hunger relief to those in Allegan County.