Donations to the Red Kettle campaign during the holidays help West Michigan families all year round.
One group that gave back during the recent Giving Tuesday here in West Michigan is the Grand Rapids Symphony.
Downtown Ambassadors are a friendly team that shares their knowledge of downtown Grand Rapids and support safety within the area.
A 21-year-old and a 100-year-old become friends as roommates at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital.
Little Pine Island Camp is one of the life-changing organizations that benefits from the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.
As part of the national Giving Tuesday initiative, The Salvation Army’s Grand Rapids Advisory Board has created a $30,000 matching gift.
The Grand Rapids Symphony is celebrating the holidays with several festive concerts and events.
Mary Free Bed Pain Center uses a behavioral and rehabilitation approach to treating pain.
Chris Van Allsburg is celebrating the release of his new book, “The Misadventures of Sweetie Pie.”
This wonderful story of friendship is just one example of all the positive outcomes at Mary Free Bed
WOOD TV8 has the way to connect you with your local community through its partnership with the Salvation and the Angel Tree Toy Drive.
Beginning in 2015, the expansion of the Airport Viewing Park at the Gerald R. Ford Airport will begin.
It’s that time of the year again! Friday is the WOOD TV8 and the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree and Red Kettle Kickoff.
The Grand Rapids Symphony will perform the world premiere of Avner Dorman’s “Dialogues of Love.”
Blandford Nature Center and the Grand Rapids Symphony are partnering for the family event, “Firebird Uncaged.”
See Santa, the big holiday parade, and a new Nutcracker in Grand Rapids this holiday season.