Impacting Grand Rapids youth today in a way that will make an impact for years to come
The Grand Rapids Symphony brought music to others who cannot attend performances.
The opportunity to attend college for free will now be available to even more students who attend Grand Rapids Public Schools.
Mary Free Bed and Flowerland are partnering for events to help heal cancer survivors.
With the generous donation of area businesses within Muskegon, the “be nice.” initiative plans to expand.
Kyler’s 3 B’s is a organization started by a 5 year that provides stuffed animals for kids in stressful situations.
DTE Energy helped over 300 lower income residents take advantage of energy related assistance programs.
Meet Henrietta and Francine, our pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
Next season is an exciting mix of world premieres and a few past favorites.
New Destiny Pathways provides safe, affordable housing for young women transitioning out of foster care.
The Salvation Army’s Red Shield Event returns for its second year with author Clare De Graaf.
New Destiny Pathways provides safe affordable housing while teaching life skills for young women transitioning out of foster care.
Meet Brenna and Laser, this week’s adoptable pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
The Grand Rapids Symphony collaborates with Spectrum Health to make music accessible to all with the 32nd annual “Access to Music” event.
A special dedication of the Betty Bloomer Ford Cancer Rehabilitation Program took place at Mary Free Bed.