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Nonprofit Neighbors provides a place where the community can hear directly from local nonprofits. In this nonprofit-only section, organizations self-publish their news releases, updates and promotional information for the community to see.

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In Season: September 14, 2018

Submitted 09-14-2018 under NONPROFITS

We've got so many of your late summer + fall favorites! Honeycrisp apples, acorn squash, gourds + pumpkins, colorful peppers, and lots of canning tomatoes. In addition to fresh produce, we have local food producers, meat, egg, and dairy vendors, beautiful flowers + plants, and Michigan artisans.

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Lessons in nature: Educators learn to bring the outdoors in the classroom

Submitted 09-12-2018 under NONPROFITS

For the last 10 years, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has utilized the ANR program to immerse Michigan teachers in wildlife and outdoors-related activities.

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Many adoptees have deep pain from trauma of being separated from their first families

Submitted 09-11-2018 under NONPROFITS

Adoptees Connect ~ Grand Rapids is part of a national movement with chapters across the country and beyond. This is an oasis for all adult adoptees to come and share their version of adoption. Kyleigh Vander Well-Pierre writes about her journey here.

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Grand Rapids Symphony will remember philanthropist Rich DeVos at season-opening concerts Friday, Saturday

Submitted 09-11-2018 under NONPROFITS

Philanthropist Rich DeVos will be remembered with remarks and special music at the Grand Rapids Symphony's season-opening concerts Sept. 14-15.

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Veterans Upward Bound supports veterans with their educational, career goals

Submitted 09-11-2018 under NONPROFITS

An introduction to Veterans Upward Bound, a program supporting veterans with their educational and/or career goals.

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City Connection: Water quality issues, Mayor's River Cleanup discussed during episode

Submitted 09-10-2018 under NONPROFITS

Wendy Ogilvie from LGROW discusses water quality issues in Grand Rapids, the Mayor’s river cleanup project, and restore the rapids efforts.

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Festival of the Arts announces honorary co-chairs for 50th year

Submitted 09-10-2018 under NONPROFITS

Festival of the Arts announces its honorary co-chairs for the event’s 50th year – Glenn Del Vecchio, Executive Director for Grand Rapids Ballet and James Sofranko, the new Artistic Director for Grand Rapids Ballet. The two were selected to celebrate the link to the very first Festival of the Arts.

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Catalyst Radio: River City Wild Ones promotes environmentally sound landscaping practices

Submitted 09-07-2018 under NONPROFITS

Find out more in this episode of Catalyst Radio.

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How yoga can help with trauma, anxiety, and depression: New class at Wealthy Theatre

Submitted 09-07-2018 under NONPROFITS

Yoga can be very helpful for people who struggle with the effects of trauma, anxiety, and depression. Classes start at Wealthy Theatre next Monday.

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In Season: September 7, 2018

Submitted 09-07-2018 under NONPROFITS

It's not fall yet, although it's starting to feel more like it with these cool mornings and winter squash + apples on vendor stands. Whether your looking for fresh produce, meat, eggs, dairy, or Michigan made food products we've got a little bit of everything for you today and this weekend.

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