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West Michigan 100 Strong recently awared $7,500 to Community Media Center's Wealthy Theatre, as part of the WT Centennial Sustainability Campaign!
Every quarter year, a group of 100 individuals band together as West Michigan 100 Strong, to vote on three final "contenders" for a gift to a nonprofit cause. In June, CMC / Wealthy Theatre made the cut and presented a request live, in person, in front of the group's members.
CMC presented a request to its goal for the landmark WT Centennial Sustainability Campaign, along with fellow...
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Back in April, Rapid Growth invited a group of people from Grand Rapids to venture to Detroit with us; to tour the city and check out some of the economic success going on. It went so well, we partnered with Johannah Jelks and Generation X and Y For Michigan (a group devoted to keeping young people in Michigan), expanded on the idea and have invited a group from Detroit to come to Grand Rapids. We plan to give them a tour of some exciting things happening in our community and join some of their...
The CMC IT team is proud to announce the launch of the mobile site for the Grand Rapids Community Foundation. This addition to their current site gives quick access to contact information, grants and scholarships, and My Community Matters, President Diana Sieger's blog. The site also uses a responsive design to optimize it's display across the wide array of mobile devices including tablets.
Visit www.GRFoundation.org on your mobile device to check it out, or use your barcode scanner on the qr code to the right to be directed...
Jennifer Stewart, Ph.D., from the department of Socialogy at GVSU, contacted our office a few months back. She wanted to use the Peter Wege Auditorium for a production to be put on by GVSU students - a 'theater of the opressed,' she said.
She clarified: Brazilian Augusto Boal first refined techniques of the "Theater of the Oppressed" in the 1950's. Boal used this type of theatre as means of knowledge and transformation of reality in the social and relational field. The audience becomes active, such that as they explore, show,...