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Benjamin’s Hope, Everyone’s Hope

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – There’s a place where everyone belongs even if they are affected by autism and developmental disabilities.

It took five years but one West Michigan mom’s dream came true and now local families are benefiting. 134 more words

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How Much Did Art Van Furniture Refund For Their Let It Snow Promotion?

Remember the 19 inches of snow we got on Super Bowl Sunday?

Well Art Van Furniture had a deal where if you bought stuff on selected days at selected stores in January and it snowed on February 1st, you could get the stuff for free. 69 more words

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Local charity survives financial scare, but still needs support

MUSKEGON, Mich (WOOD) — Webster House Youth Services, a Muskegon program that houses and counsels homeless and runaway youth, is still open after announcing early this month that they could no longer fund their operations. 237 more words

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Special Thanks from Art Van Furniture to Forgotten Harvest donors, volunteers, staff and friends!

In 2012, Art Van Furniture made the largest corporate gift in Forgotten Harvest’s history, generously committing $1 million dollars to our food rescue program. The Michigan based, family-owned furniture retailer selected Forgotten Harvest for its ‘Million Dollar Charity Challenge’, which was established as part of the company’s 50th anniversary to thank the people of Michigan for their longstanding support. 127 more words

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Art Van Charity Challenge

There is still time to apply for Art Van Furniture’s Charity Challenge. Past entrants, as well as first-time grant applicants, have until March 2 to enter. 260 more words

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Partnership between the arts and non-profits

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) — Good things happen when organizations work together. Art Van Furniture partnered with the Grand Rapids Ballet and Hospice of Michigan to bring a brand new and re-imagined Nutcracker to Grand Rapids. 171 more words

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Thanksgiving Morning Magic Coming Together At The Parade Company [VIDEO]

By Edward Cardenas

DETROIT (CBS Detroit) – Highly trained professionals and dedicated volunteers are working tirelessly in The Parade Company studios to transform metal, wood, steel, foam, chicken wire and paint into the playful and awe-inspiring floats which will travel down Woodward for America’s Thanksgiving Parade. 302 more words

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