CVC advocates, supports, and grows workplace volunteerism to improve our community.


Weird Friends - Building Creative, Reciprocal Partnerships

Whether you’re looking to affect change on your team or inside your company, partner with other companies or build relationships across sectors, it always helps to remember that organizations are made of people. Building reciprocal, valuable relationships with a broad array of people—your weird friends—opens up surprising new avenues and opportunities. Join Carl Atiya Swanson from Springboard for the Arts for a practical workshop...

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Best Buy Corporate Campus
Richfield, MN

2015 Annual Awards Luncheon

Celebrate the Corporate Volunteerism Council’s 35th Anniversary! The Corporate Volunteerism Council – Twin Cities (CVC-TC) Annual Awards Luncheon is an opportunity for those involved in growing volunteerism in our communities to network with fellow volunteer leaders, make new friends and showcase the important work of the CVC-TC and its members through the CVC-TC Innovation Award and Minnesota Employee Engagement Award. We are pleased to share that our keynote speaker is R.T. Rybak...

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

MUSE Event Center
Minneapolis, MN

Thank you to our Annual Luncheon Presenting Sponsor:

Delta Dental of Minnesota

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It’s Time to Renew!

Your membership helps us fulfill our mission to support and grow workplace volunteerism to improve communities. Support CVC-TC with your membership renewal today! New to CVC-TC? Learn more here.

CVC-TC Company Spotlight

Read about a different CVC-TC member each quarter. This quarter, we shine the spotlight on Boys and Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities. The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities is to enable all young people, especially... [read more]

Member Spotlight: Allianz

posted Dec 15, 2014 at 2:19pm

Allianz Community Relations Manager Laura Juergens explained their view of community involvement and how it is a part of their corporate culture.

The goals of Allianz’s community relations are three-fold:

  • To be recognized as a community partner in the Twin Cities
  • To lead positive change on financial literacy and senior services issues
  • To engage employees more fully in community relations

Programs / Training Events

Watch here for upcoming training information as it becomes available.