UCOM Spring Newsletter '15
Continuing our Racism free journey, building community partnerships and collaborations, and celebrating a diverse and wonderul UCOM. It's all inside our Spring newsletter, so take a look!
Homework House Volunteers
Want to help mentor a child this school year? Homework House is looking for volunteers.
Ripple Effects is a new book by Deb Moore and Betty Epperly that highlights ten Grand Rapids nonprofits and the work they do in the community. UCOM is prominently featured and the book tells several stories of the clients, volunteers, and staff that make up the UCOM community.
Getting There One Person at a Time
posted March 23rd, 2015
by BettyBeth Johns, Community Development Manager, UCOM
(BettyBeth is one of UCOM's new champions in our journey with Partners for a Racism Free Community. I welcome her as a guest blogger to recount one of her first experiences in her new role. --Bruce)
Mobile Food Trucks at UCOM
Access of West Michigan Hunger Walk