A nonprofit that provides student mentoring hired a new leader.
The 2020 Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give, which welcomes 144 professional women golfers for 72 holes of stroke play over four days of competition, was canceled.
The Fifth Third Bank Foundation is deploying $175,000 in relief funds that will benefit three West Michigan organizations.
A faith-based social services nonprofit selected its next president and CEO.
Samaritas is ramping up recruitment of foster families for an anticipated increase in the number of calls to Child Protective Services.
The state is partnering with an organization that supports women entrepreneurs on a relief fund for small business owners.
Carol’s Ferals developed a cat personality profile and virtual adoption system to give local cats the best shot at a good home.
A local social enterprise launched a project selling custom T-shirts and tote bags to support neighborhood businesses.
The Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce Foundation launched a relief fund for downtown Holland and Zeeland.
The board of a faith-based health care nonprofit selected an interim president and launched a search for a permanent leader.
The Doug and Maria DeVos Foundation is partnering with Rende Progress Capital (RPC) to help early-stage businesses and backed its first loan customer.
The Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce announced a partnership with The Mitten State to raise funds for the Greater Grand Rapids Chamber Foundation to benefit those impacted by the effects of COVID-19.
Junior Achievement is working to keep teens inspired about their futures during a difficult time.
The Employers’ Association will host a series of webinars this month to help companies bring their operations back online.
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum will donate a portion of each sale of a new Gov. Gretchen Whitmer bobblehead to a...
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.
A group of community partners opened a temporary shelter at a local high school for women who are experiencing homelessness.
Eight community organizations established a fund that will grant emergency aid to undocumented and mixed-status families in Kent County in response to COVID-19.
With support from local donors, the Greater Grand Rapids Chamber Foundation created an emergency financial relief fund for small businesses.
A nonprofit dedicated to addressing food insecurity is launching a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program on the farm at its headquarters.