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Michigan's Corporate Social Impact Network 

Michigan's Corporate Social Impact Network (MI CSI Network)  is designed to maximize the collective impact of employee volunteerism and corporate social responsibility programs in Michigan.

Mission: Michigan's CSI Network seeks to maximize the positive impact of private sector organizations throughout the state by leveraging their collective expertise to learn from, collaborate with, and mobilize around challenges, opportunities, and needs.

Approach: Provide networking opportunities for members to share best practices and trends. Collect and coordinate businesses across the state to facilitate collaboration to drive impact further, faster together. Provide best practices trainings and resources to businesses as they look to engage their employees passions diverse perspectives and skills to better the community through giving and volunteering. 

Who we are

Representatives from the following are members of the network.

Barton Malow Ford Motor Company  Masco
Blue Cross Blue Shield of MI General Motors MI Community Service Commission
Comcast Homepoint Financial PwC
Comerica Huntington Bank Quicken Loans 
Consumers Energy Jackson National The Home Depot
Deloitte Kellogg Company The Ideal Group
DTE Energy Lake Trust Credit Union Warner Norcross + Judd LLP

Are you a private sector organization that meets the following criteria? 

  • Conducts business in Michigan
  • Operates an existing philanthropic and/or employee volunteer program or has a goal to start a program within Michigan  
  • Is willing to contribute best practice knowledge with our network
  • Provides philanthropic giving, employee volunteerism and impact data to the MCSC annually  
  • Offers feedback to Michigan Community Service Commission regarding resources including workshops and webinars
  • Contributes input regarding professional development topic interest areas


Download the informational flyer to learn more about the benefits of joining.

For questions or more information, contact MCSC Executive Director Ginna Holmes at: and CVPN Consultant,
Hannah Hoskins at