Get ready for a two steppin’, hat tippin’, floor stompin’ celebration! It’s the 6th annual Juice Ball on January 10, 2015.
One small community has shown they can give back in big ways. Here’s a look back at how Ionia lives local and gives local.
Thousands of children in West Michigan may not receive presents on Christmas without your help.
Give the gift of warmth to local children in need. Donations are needed through January 7, 2015.
Local Perrigo employees packed 1,500 bags of food to be distributed throughout the community. See distribution dates and times.
Artists Creating Together students will showcase drumming skills and share their gifts during the holidays.
“Wyoming Gives Back” in a big way and you’re invited.
One local mom shares her story, and her heroic battle to fight heart disease.
This Tuesday give back to the community in a big way. December 2 is “Giving Tuesday.”
The Grand Rapids’ Ballet’s new world tour of “The Nutcracker” will support children at Hospice of Michigan.
By 2025, 1 in 6 seniors living in the U.S. will experience food insecurity. Here’s how you can help.
Businesses are paying tribute to veterans with these great deals.
Millennium Park will be overrun by a mob of Santa Clauses, elves and maybe a few reindeer, all in the name of hunger relief.
Disability Advocates works to advocate and facilitate action for people living with disabilities. See how you can get involved.
Warriors in pink celebrated at the Making Strides 5K and Bras Across the Grand. See photos, here!
See photos from this year’s Wine & Wig.