Our History

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, have benefited from a long and rich history of volunteerism. In fact, a 2009 study by the Corporation for National and Community Service listed Minneapolis/St. Paul as No. 1 for large cities with populations over one million. In many ways, the Corporate Volunteerism Council–Twin Cities (CVC-TC) has played an important role in developing, nurturing, and sustaining the high rate of volunteerism in the Twin Cities. LEARN MORE >>>



Membership in CVC is money and time well invested. The Twin Cities chapter is active and strong, and is recognized as a leader of corporate volunteerism councils. CVC offers a diverse membership roster of companies, excellent programming, and leadership development opportunities. When you join the Corporate Volunteerism Council–Twin Cities (CVC-TC), you join the ranks of more than 45 companies throughout the Twin Cities that are dedicated to the community and leading the way in corporate volunteerism.

May CVC-TC Member Profile: Dan Schibel

Our members are the backbone of our organization. And together, we’re working to strengthen volunteer efforts and make positive change a reality. By sharing some member profiles you’ll get to know each other a bit better and hopefully pick up a few tips or best practices by others just like you. For May we celebrate Dan Schibel...

2017 CVC-TC Annual Report

2017 was another remarkable year for the Corporate Volunteerism Council of the Twin Cities, in large part because of the dedication and passion of our members. Our membership companies hail from a large variety of industries, but the Twin Cities thrive because we all come together to make our home a better place to live, work, and play...

Skills-Based Volunteerism

This April, CVC-TC members met to discuss and learn about skills-based volunteerism. Skills-based volunteerism – leveraging specialized skills of volunteers to strengthen nonprofit infrastructure – is a growing trend in corporate social responsibility and employee volunteerism...

Corporate Members