Get ready to paw-ty!

A local fundraiser is inviting pets and their people to dress to the nines.

Sisters seek farm volunteers

Projects include land maintenance, harvesting, canning produce, farm chores and a variety of seasonal tasks on the Center’s working farm.

Griffins team up to fight hunger

The Grand Rapids Griffins have teamed up with a longstanding Michigan bank to help Kids’ Food Basket on its mission to reduce hunger.

Gift confirms foundation’s commitment to the arts

A local foundation has pledged to fund the chair of Grand Rapids Symphony's music director for an additional three years.

Annual jazzy Bash hits HOME

W.Y.C.E. – West Michigan’s only independent community radio station– will hold its 22nd annual fundraiser at the B.O.B., 20 Monroe Ave. NW., 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Nov. 30, 2023.

A heartwarming coat drive

A local radio station known for an upbeat variety of adult contemporary music set a goal to collect 100 coats for people who need help staying warm this winter.

Disc golfers aim to fill pantry

Kentwood’s Little Free Pantry is in immediate need of donations and area disc golfers, once again, are coming to the rescue with an annual tournament aimed at restocking the pantry. 

Museum announces 2023 honorees

The Grand Rapids Public Museum announced the community leaders who will be honored at the annual Jay & Betty Van Andel Legacy Awards Gala.

WOC GIVE gathers for grant nominees

A philanthropic collective supporting the advancement of Black, Indigenous and People of Color will announce the finalists for $65,000 in grant money at its upcoming annual event.

Run with the nuns

A 5K run to benefit a music therapy program at Franciscan Life Process Center of Lowell is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 7. 
Opera Grand Rapids celebrates 50th anniversary season

Music, mimosas and brunch!

Opera GR is kicking off its 2023-24 season with a very special event.

A tropical fundraiser for adaptive recreation

The City of Kentwood is inviting community members to an annual celebration to enhance the city’s adaptive recreation programs.

Local businesses help Hawaii fire victims

As America continues to witness the tragic unfolding of events related to the fires that swept through the town of Lahaina in West Maui, Hawaii on Aug. 8, local businesses are doing what they can to help. 

Walking to the rhythm of health equity

The Grand Rapids African American Health Institute will host its annual Rhythm Walk and health fair at MLK Park on Saturday, Aug. 19, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Contribution aids cystic fibrosis research

A charity that was founded to further the studies of cystic fibrosis made a significant donation to Corewell Health recently.

Celebrating ‘Black excellence’ with jazz

An African American cultural center is launching a major fundraising campaign.

D.A. Blodgett – St. John’s opens $13.9 facility

D.A. Blodgett-St. John’s, the oldest child welfare nonprofit in the region, has announced the opening of a $13.9 million headquarters facility.

SpartanNash shows up for food banks, veterans

SpartanNash associates in Grand Rapids did their part recently at a Helping Hands Day event, offering manual labor and other services to area nonprofits. 

‘Watercolors 6’ breaks down barriers

An event designed to celebrate Black culture and to support students of color will return to Grand Rapids July 28-30.

Retro party at Pyramid Scheme will benefit GRTV

Add "Retro Party at Pyramid Scheme to Celebrate and Support GRTV’s Legacy" to your June calendar.