Corporate citizenship

Our focus: People, Planet, Prosperity.

At Hagerty, we ensure that our workplace welcomes and supports all team members. We value, embrace and leverage the variety of perspectives at work. We foster a culture of belonging and inclusion, which sparks innovation and increases productivity.


At Hagerty, our greatest asset is our people. With more than 1,400 employees globally, we are dedicated to empowering our teams to make an impact in our communities through the following initiatives:

Since 2010, our teams have volunteered more than 96,000 hours with more than 500 charities, equating to more than $2.6M in volunteer service.


Case Study: Season of CARing

The Season of CARing is Hagerty’s enterprise-wide fourth quarter giving program. It encompasses everything from individual giving, to Hagerty-hosted activities, as well as global giving efforts in our homes/offices around the world.

During this time, a Hagerty team member organized a donation drive challenge with his team and shared this about what it meant to him:

“One of the most important things to me is helping others, especially those in need. Being able to do so with the support of your employer, and the people you work with, is an amazing feeling.”

Bryan Snyder
US Licensed Sales Agent IV: Dublin, Ohio Office

Employees receive 16 hours of paid community service time annually.


COVID-19 Relief: Hagerty Heroes.


Case Study: Hagerty Heroes

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Hagerty created Hagerty Heroes for employees to participate in a series of virtual races for charity. Hagerty matched $1 for every mile that Hagerty team members ran, walked, biked, swam, or paddled for each race. From March through November, Hagerty’s employees raised over $35,000 together for COVID relief, contributing to personal protective equipment for healthcare professionals, community emergency funds, small businesses, first responders and arts and culture in the communities near our offices. One Hagerty Hero shared her experience:

“Being a part of the Hagerty Heroes group helped motivate me to not only continue my training [program] but to run a half [marathon] virtually. Connecting with other team members and knowing I was helping those in need inspired me.”

Joan Steven
US Licensed Sales Agent I: Dublin, Ohio Office


At Hagerty, we strive to be good stewards of the environment in the communities where we operate by managing our environmental footprint to conserve natural resources.

Increasing our corporate giving investment in Planet initiatives by 30% in 2021.


Investing in community stewardship of the environment and supporting green businesses.


Expanding regional parks and recreation.


Case Study: Boardman Trail Loop

Hagerty recognizes that regional trails and parks are vital to employee wellbeing, community vitality and environmental stewardship. Hagerty is expanding our investment in regional parks and recreation to support our communities. For example, in Traverse City, Michigan, we have invested $35,000 in the TART Trail Boardman Lake Loop Trail over the past few years. The Boardman Lake Loop Trail showcases the Traverse City region’s unique freshwater environment and captivating public art installations.

“Our investment in TART Trails is an investment in ourselves. Trails are about people.”

McKeel Hagerty
Hagerty CEO

Evaluating the performance of our facilities and developing metrics to minimize our environmental footprint.


Employee volunteer efforts for community beautification and Earth Day activations.



Hagerty is committed to advancing economic opportunities by investing in the communities where we live, work and play. We believe in strengthening communities through volunteerism and corporate giving to build strong foundations for future generations.

Significantly increasing our corporate giving investment in Prosperity initiatives in 2021.


Partnered with SCORE, a national nonprofit to support small businesses.


Case Study: Hagerty Driving Gratitude for Small Businesses

Hagerty launched the #HagertyDrivingGratitude movement in 2020 to recognize and thank small businesses in our community and across the nation. We partnered with SCORE, a national nonprofit dedicated to supporting small businesses nationwide through mentoring and education. Across the nation – from California to New York and from Michigan to Florida – we hit the road to give thanks to the small businesses in the heart of our communities.

Our CEO McKeel Hagerty kicked off the campaign in Traverse City, followed by Sung Kang from the Fast and the Furious, automotive enthusiasts Luke Ditella and Brendan Fallis, Porsche racer Patrick Long, and Courtney Hansen, host and executive producer of The Ride That Got Away. We invited community members to post a picture or logo of their favorite small businesses to Instagram in November and December 2020 with #HagertyDrivingGratitude and we committed to donate $25 per post to SCORE, up to $25,000.

Investing in economic development and entrepreneurship.


Case Study: Scaling Up our Impact on Northern Michigan Small Businesses

Hagerty supports growing small businesses through the Scale Up North Awards, which recognize and celebrate the vibrant and varied companies in Northern Michigan along with their achievements and their local impact. Hagerty’s contributes the following prizes:

Hagerty Scaling Business Award

  • $5000 charitable matching grant
  • 20 hrs of consulting services tailored to the needs of the business
  • Quarterly one-on-one coaching with a Hagerty executive

Emerging Business Award

  • $500 charitable matching grant
  • 10 hrs of consulting services tailored to the needs of the business
  • Quarterly one-on-one coaching with a Hagerty leader

Supporting economic development corporations at the local and state levels.


Case Study: Hagerty and Traverse Connect Partner for Community Growth

Hagerty is a Champion Level Investor of Traverse Connect, committing over $300K through 2022 to lead the Traverse City’s regional strategy to expand business, attract talent and support growth in the community. In 2020, our investment contributed to Scale Up North Awards supporting entrepreneurship, economic strategy sessions and industry forum webinars, the launch of Creative Coast to promote talent attraction, COVID-19 regional resiliency funds, and several leadership networking events.

Fostering community resilience and crisis relief.


Case Study: Car People Helping People in Need

Hagerty team and community members joined together to fill a trailer full of Hurricane Harvey relief items by bringing donations to a weekly Cars + Caffeine event. In addition to the collected nonperishables and other needed supplies, the cash donated was matched by a local grocery store to use toward extra relief items. With the full trailer, two Hagerty employees hit the road and drove the donations down to the Midwest Food Bank for distribution to hurricane victims.