$10 million injected into early childhood programming.
Partners collaborate to improve awareness.
Grand Rapids Pride Center looks toward future.
Sam Cummings, managing partner with CWD, said he was “mad as hell” Saturday night and Sunday morning, but witnessing the community outreach and cleanup afterward restored his faith in West Michigan.
Starting Saturday, Becca VandeGriend will be leading West Michiganders in World Vision’s Virtual Global 6K for Water, a worldwide charity event with the purpose of raising thousands of dollars in donations for the organization’s global clean water access programs.
The Grand Rapids Drive, Grand Rapids Griffins, West Michigan Whitecaps and West Michigan Sports Commission partnered to launch “One Team For West Michigan,” an initiative to help the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Gadziemskis have turned their passion into a sanctuary.
The for-profit arm of an area nonprofit is partnering with a pair of national organizations to launch a matching fund initiative that will be held next week on #GivingTuesdayNow.
In partnership with a conservation organization, a locally based packaged water brand has planted its 1 millionth tree.
A recent study from Opinium examined the mental well-being of the public during the period of social distancing caused by COVID-19.
A student from a local university is using her skills to help others.
According to Healthtrends, a wellness website, Michigan has been tweeting about 4/20 more than the majority of the country.
Priority Health announced it created a new option to help those who have lost their employer-based health benefits due to COVID-19.
Feeding America West Michigan is participating in a national fundraising drive to help food-insecure families and individuals.
Spectrum Health updated its website to include a web page in Spanish with downloadable materials to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
A Grand Rapids sports team is giving back to those who are impacted by COVID-19.
Versiti Blood Center of Michigan is collecting plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients to help treat those diagnosed with the virus.
How the rise of polluted water impacts our neighborhoods.
Although a Battle Creek zoo will not open its season as scheduled, it is helping its community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social distancing has become the new normal, but not all are following the guidelines.