In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, demand for mental health care nationwide is extremely high. Locally, graduates of Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services’ psychiatry programs are working to fill that gap.
An organization on the lakeshore is marking 48 years of advancing the welfare of marginalized populations with its services, programs and events.
A faith-based nonprofit welcomed three new members to its 12-person board of directors.
A local nonprofit received a grant to aid in providing barrier-free resources for children of color who are victims of sexual abuse.
A nonprofit serving individuals experiencing homelessness recently unveiled the beginning of its $7.5 million expansion.
A local performing arts organization received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to help facilitate its summer mural project.
Two Muskegon organizations are working together to support women-owned businesses.
A West Michigan-based nonprofit added a new member to its leadership team.
The New Americans Legal Clinic (NALC) is off to a fast start.
A local nonprofit kicked off a new summer lunch program this week.
A local nonprofit finished a new expansion providing dental, vision, chiropractic and mental health care to people without homes.
A regional theater chain now offers open captioning at all locations.
Beer City Dog Biscuits recently received $50,000 from a consortium of West Michigan companies striving to make a difference.
A local nonprofit welcomed a four-person co-executive director team. Access of West Michigan recently added a new co-executive director team: Christina Swiney, co-executive director of...
(As seen on WZZM TV-13) Habitat for Humanity of Kent County finished construction on its first all-electric home this spring, called the Carbon Footprint Build, the first step in its increased commitment to sustainable housing development.
A Grand Rapids-based organization helping cannabis job seekers recently received formal 501(c)(3) status.
A trio of three-week camps this summer will teach young people about money management, investing and entrepreneurship.
DETROIT — A foundation connected to billionaire Dan Gilbert is investing $13 million in a fund to help low-income Detroit residents facing eviction.
A nonprofit serving people experiencing homelessness recently appointed a new program director.
Dominican Sisters Grand Rapids are holding a liquidation sale at the former Motherhouse.