The Consumers Energy Foundation has been caring for Michigan communities for decades. Our grants have helped fight poverty, build parks and encourage kids to pursue critical job skills and higher education. We’ve helped restore endangered wildlife, protect fragile habitats and preserve cultural assets, like museums, zoos and libraries. Our Foundation touches every one of the communities we serve. Last year, Consumers Energy, its employees, retirees, Foundation and parent company, CMS Energy contributed over $6.5 million to Michigan’s nonprofits. Our core focus areas are:
The common theme is sustainability. The Consumers Energy Foundation plays an important role in our company’s plan to create a sustainable, bright future for centuries to come.
Our employees and retirees give generously of their time and talents to improve the quality of life in the state we all love. They’re mentors for Michigan FIRST Robotics team. They build homes for families and habitats for endangered wildlife. They coach Little League and lead scout troops. They volunteer weekends to clean forests and river beds. They raise funds for schools and their communities. They also give generously to the United Way and The Salvation Army’s PeopleCare Program, which provides financial assistance for families in need. Learn more.