YWCA West Central Michigan

The 33rd annual Women Lawyers vs. Judges Charity softball games at Fifth-Third Ballpark benefits the YWCA. CEO Carla Blinkhorn and Kris Vanden Berg, Attorney, join us to discuss.

Epilepsy Foundation

The Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan presents its annual Summer Stroll, walking this year in memory of Alex. We talk about the June 11 event with the VP of Development, Brianna Romines.

Mujerave Fundraiser

Jun 6, 2016 / Mujerave

We talk about the first annual Mujerave Golf Championship fundraiser.  Proceeds benefit Mujerave, a non-profit organization. Attorney Tate Jesky joins us to talk about the details. 

Lori's Voice

Jun 2, 2016
Lori's Voice

We catch you up to Lori's Voice, this nonprofit presenting a Walk for the Challenge on June 11th. Dave and Lori Hastings join us to talk about the mission of the event and the walk.

Porter Hills

Porter Hills presents the “Where in the World? Field of Dreams,”  an event with the Whitecaps which provides financial assist to eligible residents who have outlived their financial resources. We talk to those involved.

March of Dimes

Apr 29, 2016
March of Dimes

The March of Dimes holds their annual fundraising Walk for Babies this weekend. We speak to Ginger Feldman and local ambassador Vicki Bouwkamp on what this fundraising opportunity really means.

A survivor of a series of shootings in southwestern Michigan that killed six people has been honored at a church with prayer, praise and $19,200.

Tiana Carruthers cried as she appeared in a wheelchair Sunday at Galilee Baptist Church in Kalamazoo. WOOD-TV says she called them "tears of joy."

Carruthers was one of two people injured during the shootings in the Kalamazoo area Feb. 20.

Authorities have said she shielded children from danger during the attack.

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The former president of a motorcycle club who was accused of stealing money from a fundraiser for a Kalamazoo police officer who was killed while on duty in 2011 has been sentenced to five months in jail.

Fifty-five-year-old Joseph Weeks Sr. of Kalamazoo County's Comstock Township earlier pleaded no contest to embezzlement from a nonprofit.

A no contest plea isn't an admission of guilt but is treated as such for sentencing.

The Women's City Club

Apr 11, 2016

The Women's City Club offers an annual used book sale to assist with funding. We talk about the club with Marilyn Lundquist and Joan Lupton.

Kentwood Parks and Recreation Department

Kentwood Parks and Recreation Department presents the first annual gala The Vibe on May 13th, a fundraiser for the Adaptive Sports Program. We speak with Katelyn Bush and Laura Barbrick about the details.