Customers are expected to eat more than a thousand pounds of hot dogs during the annual Winter Weekend fundraiser at the Pronto Pup stand on Grand Haven’s waterfront.
St. John’s Episcopal Church has several ministries that seek to assist those who are struggling financially. In the wake of the current federal government shutdown, the Grand Haven church has increased the amount of aid it has available.
A food drive will take place Thursday and Friday at the Coast Guard Sector Field Office in Grand Haven.
After beginning her involvement as a weekly volunteer, Florea became an assistant and now the assistant director of Gracious Grounds.
EQuip takes used electronic devices, refurbishes them and donates them to those in need. Donations to the program also qualify as charitable giving.
The group will meet 4-5:30 p.m. Jan. 17, 24 and 31, and Feb. 7, at the Momentum Center Annex, 714 Columbus Ave. in Grand Haven.
The Grand Haven High School Pay It Forward class recently provided dinner for those in need for their group project this holiday season.
Grand Haven Township man dresses as Grinch to bring joy to families and sick kids.
Santa dropped in on the Robbinswood Assisted Living Community on Thursday afternoon, as residents and their family members dined on a holiday feast of prime rib, baked potatoes and carrots.
Western Michigan Christian High School students wrapped up their shopping and presents for Project Grace on Tuesday.
Lalo Salcedo has more than 50 reptiles. Through his company, ReptilesLS, he shares his collection at elementary schools, private events and temporary exhibits.
You have an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of homeless teens.
The Tribune is featuring one local nonprofit's story, Extended Grace, in hopes of generating “wish lists” from other local such organizations (see accompanying info box).
Noto’s at the Bil-Mar is hosting a sneak-peek event on Tuesday, No. 27 from 6-9 p.m.
Programs help families in need at Christmas.