The Grand Haven Area Community Foundation announced Thursday that a $20,000 grant had been provided to the Save the Catwalk fund by the Betten Preferred Auto Dealership Fund.
More than 380 people attended this year’s Soup for All event, which raised awareness about homelessness and also raised money to help Tri-Cities families in need.
More than 380 people packed St. Patrick's/St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Grand Haven on Thursday afternoon for the 13th annual Soup for All. Money raised at the event will be dispersed to different organizations that assist residents, with about
The 13th annual luncheon event is aimed at raising awareness about homelessness and money to help Tri-Cities families.
A former local woman now living in Africa is hosting a race around Grand Haven this weekend to raise money for a library.
After announcing the Forward Together Campaign on April 20, the center has raised $2,617,500 in pledges and gifts.
Save the Catwalk organizers received some much-needed support from the Rotary Club of Grand Haven to help them reach their $1 million goal.
Grand Haven officials continue to make progress in making the July 4 fireworks fund at the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation a self-sustaining fund.
Carey Morris makes sure she goes to the Pronto Pup Winter Weekend every year.
The soup was hot and the lines were long as community members packed the St. Patrick’s Family Center on Thursday afternoon.
The 2016 Soup for All event was held at the St. Patrick-St. Anthony Catholic Church in Grand Haven on Thursday. All funds raised are given back to homelessness prevention programs in the northern part of Ottawa County.
A paddleboard crafted by Grand Haven High School's iCreate 360 class scored more than $1,000 for Bluebird Cancer Retreats at a recent fundraiser.
Four area restaurants have agreed to face off for the first-ever “Great Taco Taste of the Tri-Cities,” Friday through Sunday, May 13-15.
Seven local organizations will reap the benefits of the recent Soup for All fundraiser, which took place Nov. 19 at the St. Patrick/St. Anthony Catholic Church Family Center in Grand Haven.
“We were going so crazy up here, it’s obvious to me people love this event,” coordinator Karen Reenders said as things started to slow down toward the end of the Tri-Cities Soup For All event on Thursday.