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Employee Volunteerism

Consumers Energy employees are deeply involved in the community, volunteering at nonprofits, schools and local organizations to help their neighbors and the underserved.

  • Our volunteers work together to help more than 100 community nonprofits every year.
  • Our volunteers like to do the heavy lifting.
  • When team members volunteer in groups, the Consumers Foundation donates $250 to qualifying nonprofits.
  • Our team members work together and volunteer together.
  • Caring for Community teams bag food for families in need.
  • Our volunteers are willing to lend a helping hand and serve our community members.

Volunteerism at Consumers Energy


Consumers Energy employees are deeply involved in the community, volunteering at nonprofits, schools and local organizations to help their neighbors and the underserved.


Unstoppable Volunteer Spirit


Our team members’ strong ties with nonprofits include serving on local boards and committees and serving as mentors, coaches and scout leaders. We support employee and retiree volunteerism through three programs—Volunteer Investment Program (VIP), Caring for Community Program and Matching Gifts Program.

Building Stronger Communities Through Volunteering


Strong communities rely on volunteers. Hundreds of our employees and retirees volunteer across Michigan annually. You’ll find them volunteering in classrooms, community centers and food pantries. They are baseball coaches, school board members, scout leaders and first responders. They build homes, serve on nonprofit boards and care for animals. To inspire and reward employees for helping their community, the Consumers Energy Foundation provides grants to the qualifying nonprofits with which they work through the Volunteer Investment Program (VIP).

Habitat for Humanity Roofing Work

Team Blue Means More Green for Nonprofits


When team members volunteer as a group, the Consumers Energy Foundation donates $250 in Caring for Community grants to qualifying nonprofits. Each year, our employees volunteer to serve meals at homeless shelters, beautify community spaces, deliver water and remove invasive species.

Habitat for Humanity Food Bank

When Our Employees Give, Communities Get More


Our employees and retirees want to improve the communities where they live. This is why we match employee and retiree donations dollar for dollar for gifts $25 or more, up to $1,000 per year, to qualifying nonprofits. It’s our way of honoring our employees and retirees and the causes that matter most to them.

Volunteerism at Consumers