Our members and partners are critical to our success of educating on the need for energy assistance and the importance of why we must continually take action to advocate with policy makers. Members include non-profits, human services organizations, energy efficiency providers and educators, consumer groups, utilities, and government.
Members include energy service providers, state governmental bodies, nonprofit energy assistance providers, and individual supporters with direct or indirect involvement in low income household energy issues.
1987 - Coalition began in talks and efforts.
1990s - Meetings continued at The Library of Michigan
2000s - Activity occurs at the State Public Service Commission and opportunities for filing testimony on energy assistance needs is given
2010s - Coalition to Keep Michigan Warm grows to over 7000 supporting members and continues to develop a solid Board of active members
We've been engaged through member 211 Michigan with education on the winter season and ways to seek help.
mission & vision
The mission is to help those in need through the exchange of information, developing new ideas, public education and advocacy.