Enabling employees to give back
Your One in 2021
Motorolans are committed to helping their communities. As our volunteering theme for 2021, we’re asking employees to find their “one” unique way to give back - the one philanthropic passion, cause or organization that is close to their heart.Watch video
Organized service projects
The Foundation supports employees in their desire to give back – connecting them to organizations where they can drive change. We do this by facilitating group volunteer opportunities – from blood drives to robotics clubs – in their local communities.
Global Months of Service (GMoS)
The Foundation hosts an annual volunteerism competition in which teams around the world complete volunteer projects to generate donations to a selected nonprofit. In 2020, GMoS resulted in 14,000 volunteer hours and nearly $135,000 in donations.Watch video
CEO Award for Volunteerism
The Foundation recognizes the exemplary volunteer efforts of a select group of employees each year with the company’s highest volunteer honor: the CEO Award for Volunteerism. Recipients receive an award and $5,000 to designate toward a nonprofit.
2020 CEO Award for Volunteerism Recipients
Supporting Motorolans’ philanthropic pursuits
We support Motorolans giving back to their communities through the Motorola Matches program which matches volunteer hours (Donations for Doers) and charitable donations (Donations for Donors).Learn more
Employee grant review committees
The Foundation offers Motorolans in North America the opportunity to participate in our annual grant program by evaluating grant applications. In appreciation of their time, employees can direct a grant to an eligible nonprofit.
National Merit Motorola Solutions Scholarship
This scholarship, administered by the National Merit® Scholarship Program, was established by the Foundation for children of Motorola Solutions employees who are U.S. high school students and National Merit Scholars.Learn More