The nonprofit Guiding Light received a grant that will support its Back to Work program.
TCF Bank is giving $50,000 to the region’s largest employer and two local charities in the spirit of holiday giving.
A trio of supporters made a large gift to a national burn survivors’ organization in honor of its founder, who died in November.
Mercantile Bank of Michigan is donating $100,000 to several organizations across the state to help communities that are battling food insecurity and homelessness.
A nonprofit working to end homelessness has put 36 individuals on the path to long-term housing with 24 of those already housed temporarily.
The Employers’ Association (TEA) this month released its 2020-2021 Wage & Salary Survey, and the results show the pandemic didn’t affect wage growth as much as many expected this year.
SpartanNash and Miller Poultry recently donated 24,200 pounds of chicken to local food banks in Michigan and Indiana for family meals during the holiday season.
DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler is contributing $400,000 to a Detroit neighborhood fund as part of a community benefits agreement tied to its new assembly plant on the city's east side, the automaker said Monday.
The leader of Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women is retiring at the end of the year.
First National Bank of Michigan is making a $1 million investment to support affordable housing development in partnership with Cinnaire and the Michigan Bankers Association Service Corporation.
The SpartanNash Foundation is funneling $400,000 into hunger relief efforts in 14 states, including Michigan.
As West Michigan prepares for winter, a coalition of community, nonprofit and business leaders is joining forces to provide safe emergency shelter for residents of the Heartside neighborhood who are experiencing homelessness.
The Grand Rapids Griffins are teaming up with J&H Family Stores, Billy Bear Hug Foundation, Feeding America West Michigan and The Salvation Army to host a drive-thru Teddy Bear Toss & Holiday Drive from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday at Griff’s IceHouse at Belknap Park.
Kent Intermediate School District recently received a federal grant it is using in coordination with a local coalition to increase human trafficking prevention efforts in Kent County.
Three partners felt the call to purchase a 23-acre former chapel property outside downtown Rockford and develop it into a Christ-centered, independent-living community for special needs individuals.
The local Salvation Army division is harnessing a Grand Rapids company’s technology to allow customers to make fast and easy contactless donations to the nonprofit’s Red Kettle Campaign in the checkout lane at two area grocery stores.
The Kent County board of commissioners approved nearly $2.6 million in funding for the Ready by Five Early Childhood millage to provide continued services for families in the county.
The Grand Rapids Public Library Foundation received a $20,000 grant from the Wege Foundation of Grand Rapids.
The organizers of West Michigan’s 100 Businesses That Care initiative selected their first charity to receive a $50,000 donation.
Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes is recognizing three early lead donors who gave $1 million each to the capital campaign for building the Junior Achievement Free Enterprise Center for students in the region.