Take an inside look at the participants and employees of these healthy initiatives.
Volunteers from across Grand Rapids gathered to read to over 1,000 students in Grand Rapids Schools.
Attention, dog lovers: this week’s pets of the week are all for you.
The YMCA partners with Amway to encourage wellness through the Healthy U program and the Veggie Van.
Artists, advocates, and their supporters all gathered for the celebration of the Mental Health Foundation’s Imagine: Shining Through 2015 ar…
The Grand Rapids Symphony partners with Spectrum Health to engage patients through the Music for Health initiative.
The conversation about mental health continues in West Michigan through the be nice. initiative.
The new P. Douglas Kindschi Hall of Science broadens the horizons of students going into STEM fields and health professions.
The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers to read to children.
Early Learning Neighborhood Collaborative announced a new partnership program with The Other Way Ministries.
The Grand Rapids Feminist Film Festival returned for its second year at Wealthy Theatre.
“be nice.” imagined is a group entry that features five artists who prove mental illness recovery is possible.
Service workers and volunteers are the subject of a special collaborative project at the Heart of West Michigan United Way.
Metro Health’s Concierge Executive Health Program saves you time and money.
The “Pink Martini” singer will perform with the Grand Rapids Symphony.