Cummins’ Corporate Responsibility value calls on the Company and its employees to “serve and improve the communities in which we live.”
Cummins has more than 200 employee-led Community Involvement Teams (CITs) around the world that organize most of the Company’s community service work. Cummins encourages employees to focus on three global priority areas where they can add knowledge, skills and passion: Education, Environment and Social justice/quality of opportunity.
The Company believes building stronger communities ultimately builds stronger markets for its products. This philosophy dates back to visionary CEO J. Irwin Miller, who helped organize Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1963 March on Washington, D.C.
The Every Employee Every Community (EEEC) program provides employees with at least four hours of Company time to engage in community service work. Established in 2005, EEEC continues to serve as a foundational building block for Cummins to achieve community impact.