Maranda’s Beautiful U teaches young women about the value of finding their passion.
Middle school students learn the value of inner and outer beauty at Maranda’s Beautiful U.
The Manasseh Project is holding a special event to teach parents how to talk about human trafficking.
Priority Health granted Hope Academy $10,000 to fund STEM curriculum.
A special thank you to Maranda partners who help make the West Michigan community a great place – Where You Live!
Students at Hope Academy were treated to an unforgettable Christmas thanks to a big donation.
Baker Book House is holding a winter clothing drive to support kids at Wedgwood Christian Services.
A panel of experts answers parents’ questions about children.
Artist Nichole Riley is teaming with Manasseh Project to raise awareness with “Unveiling.”
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends parents talk to their kids about alcohol starting at age nine.
Parents are encouraged to explore options to find the right school for their child’s needs.
How social media can affect young people by projecting perfected images of other’s lives.
Nearly 4,000 kids and families came out for a picture-perfect Park Party day.
More than 6,000 kids and families turned out for free food, fun, and prizes!
Wedgwood’s Manasseh Project helps victims of sex trafficking find a new life.
Child abuse and neglect can affect the whole community. Do you know what to do?