Charities & Sponsored Events

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2018 Charities

Motor City truly lives the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People”.  We are proud to partner with our members and employees to support these charities. Please click on the charity below to learn more and join our efforts.

 January – March  American Heart Association
 April – June  Habitat for Humanity
 July – September  Pets for Vets
 October & November  Capuchin Soup Kitchen of Detroit
 December  Friends of Foster Kids


Motor City helped sponsor over 50 community events & employees volunteered over 912 hours.

Last year, Motor City Co-op Credit Union reinvested $31,600 back to our communities. We proudly sponsored or made donations to the following: Macomb County Wal for Warmth, Kment Elementary School Bootacular event, Habitat for Humanity, Roseville Big Bird Run, Cousino High School Dance Team, Warren Consolidated School of Performing Arts, Anton Art Center Annual Art Party, Wounded Warriors Family Support, East Detroit High School Booster Club, St Peter Lutheran Church & School Golf Outing, Michigan Credit Union Foundation, Leader Dogs for the Blind, Roseville Community Schools Scholarship Foundation, Mercy Education Project, Cranbrook Institute of Science, UAW Local 845, Chippewa Valley Destination Imagination, Lincoln High School-Fall Sports, Macomb Community College Foundation, Girls on the Run, Clinton Township Police Honor Guard, Roseville Trunk and Treat, Dakota High School Music Department, High School Financial Literacy Program-Making the Right Moves, Susan G. Komen-Detroit, Iron Workers Local Union 508, Clinton Township Parks & Recreation-Easter Eggstravaganza, Center Line High School-Senior All Night Party, UAW Local #845-Member Benefit News, Clinton Township Parks & Rec Trick or Treat Trail and Holiday Express. In addition, Motor City employees opened their hearts and volunteered over 900 hours. Employees sold $2400 worth of Kiwanis nuts, served food to the homeless, helped out at school functions and on school field trips, made soup packets to sell and help the needy, helped out an elderly neighbor, helped friends in need, made cookies and baked goods for bake sales, sorted food for the needy, entertained for free, worked with children, and the list goes on and on.


Need our help?

If your organization needs assistance with volunteers or donations, please email information about your organization’s purpose and details regarding your request to