Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital helps free people of their pain and get back to their normal lives.
The Grand Rapids Symphony has 16 education programs serving all ages.
Serving more than 300 kids a year, just two to four hours a month makes such a difference to help foster educational and life success.
South End Community Outreach Ministries, or SEA-COM, helps people in South East Grand Rapids with basic needs today to build hope for tomorr…
Healing and empowerment through art, Heartside Ministries is a place where neighbors know they are loved, valued and find their voice away f…
This is an example of when an artist and an organization come together how amazing things can happen to color out the darkness.
Composer and concert curator Adam Schoenberg performs with the Grand Rapids Symphony for an “Inspired by Art” concert Saturday at 8pm.
It’s that time of year again where we are getting ready to launch the WOOD TV8 and Salvation Army Angel Tree campaign.
Lace Up for Kids raises money for Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital
Mary Free Bed is partnering with the YMCA to build a facility that will be the first of its kind in West Michigan and the U.S.
Health professionals are getting educated at Grand Valley State University and they are making a difference in health care.
We don’t plan on needing rehabilitation but if we do, we need to ask for experience and ask for results. Ask for Mary.
It’s not too late, there’s still time to make it to the farmer’s market at Metro Health Village in Wyoming. If you are looking for fresh, ho…
Muskegon Township Fire Department received a special donation of new bedding from Art Van Furniture. The donation included new mattresses, b…
The Grand Rapids Symphony is kicking off its 85th season with a fun contest and a farewell to conductor David Lockington.
The Arts Program at Heartside Ministry provides a space where homeless people can find peace through creating art.