Lighthouse Immigrant Advocates hired Eva S. Alexander as its new executive director.
Emmanuel Hospice announced it increased its team by 40% to better serve a 50% increase in patients since last fall.
An anonymous local donor will provide matching contributions on Giving Tuesday donations to The Salvation Army of Kent County, up to $51,000.
After nearly a year of development, Samaritas has opened the Senior Affordable Living Community and West Michigan Child and Family Campus, located on the former grounds of the historic St. Joseph Seminary in Grand Rapids.
Building relationships with the Latino community in Grand Rapids that she didn’t have growing up changed the direction of Erika VanDyke’s life and led her to her current job in community philanthropy.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation is rolling out a new program to transform corporate workplaces into more equitable places of opportunity.
A childhood hunger relief nonprofit will participate in Giving Tuesday next week by sharing 2020 impact stories on social media, kicking off a monthlong donor matching campaign.
A nonprofit organization working to place an African American cultural center in Grand Rapids opened a community engagement center in the heart of downtown.
A local nonprofit is planning to open its annual Christmas store to support the Grand Rapids homeless community.
The Muskegon Rescue Mission is preparing to feed 1,000 families for Thanksgiving through an annual basket giveaway.
Those looking to make a difference this holiday season can donate cold-weather necessities to a local nonprofit that serves individuals experiencing homelessness.
A social services nonprofit filled a new leadership role within the organization that will focus on process improvement.
Bank of America recognized Family Promise of Grand Rapids as a Neighborhood Champion and will grant the nonprofit $50,000 and provide virtual leadership training as part of the program.
The longtime marketing director at Rhoades McKee is taking the reins of the Family Business Alliance.
A coalition of veteran service organizations is partnering together on a transportation initiative to help the West Michigan veteran community.
A nonprofit received $25,000 from TCF Financial Corporation to support its Back to Work program.
A community-based foster care program hired a CEO who said she will focus on advancing equity in the child welfare system.
Ann Arbor-based C3 Industries, the parent company of High Profile Cannabis Boutique in Grand Rapids, donated $6,000 to the new Michigan Cannabis Prisoner Release Campaign.
A recruiting firm social enterprise of Guiding Light moved into a new office.
The Salvation Army and SpartanNash aim to raise $1.3 million locally through the annual Red Kettle Christmas giving campaign.