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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
Arbor Circle believes in the positive power of healthy individuals and families to build a solid foundation for the future. They work to transform the lives of children, adults and families facing mental health, substance use and family issues, through a range of counseling and supportive services, many free of charge. Learn more at arbor circle dot org
Local First believes a strong economy starts with local ownership and sustainable business practices. Local First helps business owners and entrepreneurs improve their impact in the community while educating the public on why supporting local matters. Their most recent initiative, Good for Grand Rapids, brings together and celebrates companies using business as a force for good. More information can be found at local first dot com.
Artists Creating Together is a nonprofit organization empowering people with disabilities to learn, grow, and celebrate through the arts.
Art is a vital part of development: it builds social and cognitive skills, fosters independence and promotes self confidence.
ACT believes art is a fundamental tool in helping people reach their full potential, and provides art class for all ages and abilities; ranging from visual arts, dance, and drumming, to gardening or creative healing.
To learn more about ACT's classes or ways to be involved, visit "artists creating together dot org"
Coffee at WYCE is provided by Ferris Coffee - a local roaster with two cafe locations in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
More information about their coffee and the people behind is available at ferriscoffee.com
Community Media Center is grateful for the support of The National Endowment for the Arts, the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, and the Lowell Arts Council.
Their support of our mission "building community through media" allows GRTV, WYCE, Wealthy Theatre, The Rapidian and our Web Development team to maintain and expand our services to the community.
More information available at "michigan business dot org"