Giving time, talent, resources
We give our time, talent and resources to enrich and strengthen the communities where we do business and where our associates live and work. We support programs that help those in need, fund research for new medical breakthroughs and encourage lifelong friendships. We are proud of the many partnerships we have established with non-profit organizations that share our value of community involvement and growth.
HCASC Goes Virtual in 2021
Connected by their pursuit of knowledge and academic excellence, more than 300 students and coaches from 64 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) will participate in the 32nd Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC), America’s premier academic competition between HBCU students virtually.
Team Honda Week of Service
More than 25,000 volunteers participated in the Team Honda Week of Service in June 2019, performing a variety of community service activities that highlighted the important work of local community organizations throughout North America.
Honda Classic Cares
Honda’s sponsorship of the PGA’s Honda Classic allows Honda an opportunity to partner with the Honda Classic Cares program to help the children of Palm Beach County. The primary beneficiary of the foundation is the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation, founded by golf legend Jack Nicklaus and his wife Barbara.
Ride for Kids
Started in 1984 to help children with brain tumors, Ride for Kids events are now the passions of countless motorcycle enthusiasts who ride to raise money for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (PBTF). With the help of the Honda Riders Club of America, thousands of motorcyclists have raised more than $71 million.
National Youth Project Using Minibikes
National Youth Project Using Minibikes was created in 1969 as a way to engage at-risk and disadvantaged youth. This program uses riding minibikes as an incentive for kids ages 10–17 to make positive changes in their lives.
Tomodachi Cultural Exchange
Real connections in the worst circumstances can produce understanding and create lifetime friendships. That is the spirit behind the Tomodachi Initiative, a partnership born out of the East Japan earthquake and tsunami of 2011 and the cooperation among Japan and its friends — or “tomodachi” — demonstrated during the recovery.