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Transcript of CVC

Become a member today. Corporate Volunteerism Council The Corporate Volunteerism Council - Twin Cities (CVC-TC) is a professional organization consisting primarily of corporate members that also includes associate nonprofit members—all of whom promote volunteerism throughout the community.
CVC-TC advocates, supports, and grows workplace volunteerism to improve our community.
We do this through networking, professional development programs, and sharing best practices among members. About CVC YES!!! Does Volunteering Matter? It matters that AIDS sufferers can rely on the very best support from volunteers in their communities. It matters that a culture of voluntary parental participation is in place to complement government efforts to improve the quality of local schools. It matters that youth groups get involved in sustainable environmental awareness campaigns. It matters that job seekers receive professional advice when they are in the midst of rebuilding their lives. It matters that people that visit their local food shelf are able to access food to feed themselves and their families.

It matters that community members invest volunteer time and skills in helping to develop and strengthen the communities in which we live and work. To the community... To Corporations... The benefits for business are many.
Corporate volunteering recognizes the value of business engaging with people in the community.
It improves their reputation, internal culture, productivity and long-term sustainable future in the community.
For employees, it improves their professional development, leadership opportunities and morale.
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.
CVC-TC is a dynamic organization that makes positive change a reality. We help strengthen our members’ volunteerism efforts by providing accessible tools and resources to enhance professional development in order to meet the challenges ahead. Through our collaborative programming, we bring nonprofit organizations and corporations together to improve communities. Why Join? Membership in CVC is money and time well invested. Membership Type Cost What You Receive Application (Annual Renewal )

500+ Employees $500
One primary contact and one secondary contact.

250-499 Employees $250
One primary contact and one secondary contact

Fewer than 250 Employees $125
One primary contact and one secondary contact

Associate Membership $100
One primary contact and one secondary contact
The Application Process for 2013 Associate Membership is now closed. Associate Membership is for nonprofit organizations that provide information on improving workforce volunteerism, knowledge on volunteerism trends and information on collaboration building. Membership is limited based on the number of corporate members and is reviewed annually in the fall in a competitive application process.

Questions? Contact info@cvctc.org. How to Join After you become a member... Get Involved. Make the most out of your membership... Attend the monthly CVC Program! Join one of our seven committees! Committees include...
Annual Awards Luncheon Committee- The awards luncheon’s primary purpose is to honor two of our corporate members with CVC-TC’s Community Partner and Employee Engagement Awards while highlighting current trends and topics of interest within the field of corporate volunteerism.
Finance Committee- The Finance Committee supports the work of the CVC-TC by leading the annual budgeting process and the filing of the Form 990.
Leadership Development Committee- The Leadership Development Committee serves as a resource to enhance the involvement of the organization’s volunteers (principal officers, committee chairs and committee members) in support of CVC-TC’s mission, vision and goals.
Marketing/Communications Committee- The Marketing/Communications Committee oversees the development and implementation of CVC-TC’s communications strategy. They enhance communications between the CVC-TC and its members to ensure effective communications with internal and external audiences.
Membership Committee- The Membership Committee promotes CVC-TC’s services to the business community in order to generate new members and generate revenue.
Program Committee- The Program Committee sets program standards and guidelines to ensure quality programs, develops new programs, monitors and assesses existing programs, initiates and guides program evaluations and facilitates discussions about CVC-TC’s program priorities.
Special Projects Committee- The Special Projects Committee supports CVC-TC and its other committees on diverse and extraordinary assignments as determined by the CVC-TC board. The Twin Cities is always ranked as the nation's leader or amongst the leaders of metro areas as having the largest percentage of its population volunteering.
In 2010, Corporate Volunteerism Council of the Twin Cities celebrated its 30 anniversary!
In many ways, the CVC-TC has played an important role in developing, nurturing, and sustaining the high rate of volunteerism in the Twin Cities.
Established in 1980, CVC-TC was one of the first CVCs in the nation, and has consistently been recognized for its work. Today, there are nearly 100 CVCs located across the country.
In June 2009, the Corporate Volunteerism Council Twin Cities (CVC-TC) was awarded the 2009 Corporate Volunteerism Council (CVC) of the Year Award at the 2009 National Conference on Volunteering and Service. This award recognizes one of the 64 CVCs for its success in employing the CVC Principles of Excellence. Highlights of the History of CVC Corporate Volunteerism Council - Twin Cities
1821 University Ave W, Ste S256
St. Paul, MN 55104-2897
(651) 999-5341
(651) 917-1835 fax
info@cvctc.org If you have questions or would like to learn more please contact... You are in good company... A look at our membership roster... 3M
Allianz Life Insurance
Allina Hospital and Clinics
American Dairy Queen Corp
Amerprise Financial, Inc.
Best Buy
Blue Cross Blue Shield of MN
Boston Scientific Company
Bremer Bank
C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.
Carlson Companies
Delta Dental of MN
Dorsey & Whitney LLC
Ecolab Faegre Baker Daniels
GE Capital Fleet Services
General Mills
H.B. Fuller
Hennepin County
King Solutions, Inc.
Land O' Lakes, Inc.
MN Timberwolves and Lynx
MN Twins Community Relations
Mystic Lake Casino and Hotel
Opus Group
Park Nicollet Health Services
Prime Therapeutics Retail Construction Services, Inc.
Schwan's Shared Services, Inc.
St. Jude's Medical
Target Corporation
The Mosaic Company
The Saint Paul Hotel
The Toro Company
Thomson Reuters
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
U.S. Bancorp Foundation
United Health Group
Versique Search & Consulting
Walser Automotive Group
Xcel Energy 2013 Corporate Members 2013 Partner Members Greater Twin Cities United Way
Hands On Twin Cities
MAP for Nonprofits 2013 Associate Members Aeon
Catholic Charities of St. Paul & Minneapolis
Courage Center
Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery
Memorial Blood Centers
Neighborhood House
Second Harvest Heartland Watch a video made to celebrate our
30th Anniversary
in 2010.
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