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.
SPRING LAKE TWP. – As Pam Allen recovers from her latest bout with a rare spinal cord disorder, her husband and friends are fundraising to help make her return home an easier transition.
Grand Haven Christian School students participated in the annual tuition assistance fundraiser on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018.
The cost to attend the event is $10.
Grand Haven High School’s Student Senate is hosting its seventh annual 5K Color Run to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
The Grand Haven Musical Fountain Committee is looking to soon begin work on a campaign to raise the necessary funds to improve the fountain audio system.
The Tri-Cities Area Habitat for Humanity is partnering with the SpartanNash Foundation during its retail scan campaign to help build hope and affordable housing in West Michigan.
For the past several years, Christina Zhang has looked and applied for opportunities to teach Mandarin in the United States.
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.