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Grand Rapids Community Foundation leads the community in making positive, sustainable change through grantmaking and leadership initiatives. Their mission is to build and manage our community's permanent endowment and lead the community to strengthen the lives of our people. GRCF works to foster academic achievement, build economic prosperity, achieve healthy ecosystems, encourage healthy people, support social enrichment, and create vibrant neighborhoods. More information may be found at GR Foundation dot org
Blandford Nature Center is a non-profit that believes children and adults learn best through personal experience. Blandford invites the community to get its hands dirty in nature - whether through standing knee-high in water to learn about stream ecology, getting a close-up view of an owl for the first time, or planting squash seeds to start a garden.
Blandford offers field trips, community programs, rentals, and day camps through an active outdoor environmental lab, led by a team of passionate, knowledgeable people with a strong link from past to future, promoting sustainability.
Blandford Nature Center has been a part of the West Michigan community for decades and continues to be your gateway to the outdoors!
Find out more by visiting "blandford nature center dot org" or calling 616-735-6240.
Tune in to WYCE for "A Watershed Moment", a collaboration between West Michigan Environmental Action Council and Grand Rapids Community Media Center. This brief weekly module program highlights WMEAC's work in protecting water resources and building sustainable communities. Hear from local experts from a wide variety of non-profit environmental organizations and get green tips you can use! "A Watershed Moment" is heard exclusively on WYCE.
The Arc Kent County advocates for the rights and full participation of all people with developmental disabilities. Together with members, The Arc Kent County works to improve systems of support and services; connect families; inspire communities and influence public policy. They are committed to building inclusive communities through advocacy, support and information. More information at Arc Kent dot org
Center for Inquiry Michigan seeks to foster a secular society based on science, reason, humanist values, and freedom of inquiry. CFI promotes the use of critical thinking skills and fact-based research. They host educational and social events for adults and children as well as develop communities where like-minded individuals can meet and share experiences. Translating humanist values into action for the common good of humanity, members also give back to their community through service projects. Learn more at C F I Michigan dot org or on Facebook: facebook dot com slash C F I M I
provides communication, human services and education to the deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing communities - with the goal of inclusiveness - in Western Michigan. Services include mental health coordination, job placement, interpreter referral and hearing assistance outreach. More information - Deaf H H S dot org
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