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

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.
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Cvc Peer Consulting Experience

At the end of January, two of my colleagues and I had an opportunity to participate in a Peer Consulting Process through the Twin Cities Corporate Volunteer Council.

Volunteers Needed in the COVID Hunger Fight

If you’ve caught any hunger-related headlines recently, you know that the pandemic has created unprecedented levels of hunger in our communities and across the country.

RESPONDING TO COVID CHALLENGES WITH INNOVATION AND GENEROSITY

Throughout the global COVID-19 pandemic, Andersen’s Research, Development, and Innovation team added a new focus: designing, developing and manufacturing critical PPE (personal protective equipment) to support frontline workers’ efforts to fight the virus in our communities.

Upcoming Events

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May

 As we kick off the first of our program series during a year-themed “Resilience”, we ask ourselves the most basic of questions to get started, “How can we help?”  Join us as we come together with our...

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