Consumers Credit Union joins forces with our members and employees to make our communities better places and to celebrate the diversity and inclusion of others. Each year we give over $450,000 and donate more than 30,000 hours to 300+ community groups, events and causes.
All sponsorship and donation monies have been allocated for 2024. We are not accepting any new requests at this time.Message of Inclusion
Our annual employee funded scholarship program awards 10, $1,000 prizes and one grand prize scholarship worth $20,000.
Consumers is proud to support the Van Andel Institute throughout the year in their research to combat Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, cancer and more.
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The Dirty Donut is the first event of its kind held to be held on dirt roads. It offers three different distances of races, 18, 40, and 64 miles, and welcomes a wide variety of cyclists. Everyone from the very serious racer to those that just want a fun riding experience have a place at this event. Each race distance will have “donut stops” positioned along the race route. Consumers members receive a special discount through our member perks program.
Consumers employees deliver meals every Tuesday—serving more than 1,000 meals every year, rain or shine for Milestone Senior Services.
Consumers has partnered with Special Olympics Michigan for its Building Tomorrow’s Champions campaign, which will help renovate and transform the former South Christian High School into the Special Olympics Unified Sports and Inclusion Center.
It will become the world’s largest Special Olympics facility and will include a centralized home for resources and opportunities for people with physical and intellectual disabilities, as well as mental health challenges.
Consumers invites its members and the community to join the campaign by contributing at www.somi.org/BTC.
Every year Consumers employees donate more that $25,000 to the United Way and its charities.
Consumers Credit Union is proud to support John Ball Zoo and its new, state-of-the-art pygmy hippo habitat, which plans to open in 2023. With fewer than 3,000 animals left in the wild, this exhibit hopes to educate and inspire West Michigan in the sustainable care of our planet. Join us in becoming a Hippo Hero!