GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WZZM)-- As part of their efforts to give back to the community, Clark Hill in Grand Rapids is keeping veterans warm this winter. The staff has been working hard to knit quilts for those at Michigan Veterans Home.
It's part of Clark Hill's Thrive for 125 Campaign. The company is celebrating 125 years of business by reaching out to their communities. The Grand Rapids branch participates in many other causes including ALS, John Ball Zoo, Blandford Nature Center, The Grand Rapids Symphony, Land Conservancy of West Michigan, a medical mission trip to Cuba and lecture at Women's City Club, Mercy Hospital, Michigan Veterans Home, Prayer Shall Ministry making newborn baby blankets, and Wheels for the World.
Monday's blanket donation coincides with the 74th Anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack in Hawaii.
If you would like to help the Michigan Veterans Home, please call 800-MICH-VET (800-642-4838) or click here.
You can learn more about Clark Hill and their philanthropy here.