GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOTV)-A local woman by the name of Lori Hastings found the courage to use her passion and her own disability to help change the lives of those battling mobility issues. One way the non-profit is able to help so many in need is through community support at events. The annual “Lori’s Voice Walk for the Challenged” was held on Saturday, June 20 at Berlin Raceway in Marne.
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If you know of a child age 18 years or under who could use the assistance of Lori’s Voice, click Application for Assistance.
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Join local media celebrities and religious leaders on Thursday, June 25 at 5:30pm for “Let’s go to Bat for Kids.”
Everyone will com together on the baseball field for a night of family fun. The CCWM Padres and Media Giants will be playing at 5/3 Ballpark.
Tickets for the event are free with parking only $6. Events during the evening will include kid’s crafts and activities, local mascots, and a fun night at the ballpark.
Let’s Go To Bat For Kids is hosted by Catholic Charities West Michigan (CCWM), a non-profit organization working to provide quality services to diverse communities in need of them. Some of the services they provide include food and baby support, foster care and adoption, family support, behavioral health, and senior services.
To support their efforts and get your FREE tickets or more information on Catholic Charities West Michigan visit www.ccwestmi.org