• Season 2 Premiere of Q&A Livestream Turns Focus to Mental Health

    The Q&A Livestream is made possible through endowments held at Cascade Community Foundation, sponsors and viewers like you.  If you would like to underwrite or sponsor programming, contact us at (616) 499-2060 or info@qalivestream.org. Please consider making Cascade Community Foundation a part of your annual giving by making a donation here.   Season 2 Premiere  […]

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  • CCF Revives Volunteer Program

    The abundance of interest and generosity by residents and businesses across Ada, Cascade, and Forest Hills is being felt at Cascade Community Foundation. As new programming comes online – shining a spotlight on urgent and oft-unspoken topics such as teen-athlete suicide, mental health, and more – the organization is reviving a once robust network of […]

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  • Children’s Museum Headlines Foundation’s Latest Q&A

    December 08, 2020 – In August, Cascade Community Foundation sparked a new conversation for families across Ada, Cascade and Forest Hills, helping them to gain exposure to cultures and diversity they otherwise may ignore – intentionally or otherwise.  The often avoided topic of diversity in the predominantly white suburbs around Grand Rapids has become a […]

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  • Diversity In Children’s Literature (FREE BOOK BUNDLE)

    CCF JOINED BY KDL TO TALK ABOUT INTRODUCING DIVERSITY THROUGH CHILDREN’S LITERATURE On Monday, October 5 Cascade Community Foundation premiered episode #2 of the new Community Q&A Livestream, this time welcoming librarian Leigh Verburg of KDL.  CCF’s Justin Swan and Verburg discussed the popularity of three children’s books that help parents introduce culture and ethnicity, […]

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