We put more than
cars into our communities

In Greensburg, citizens see our involvement within the community.

When you produce 1,000 vehicles a day, it’s easy to get lost in the numbers. The world may see our efforts in steel and glass, but around Greensburg, citizens see our involvement within the community. We are much more than Honda’s seventh North American auto assembly plant, we are your neighbors—the friends you take fishing, the familiar faces you see shopping or at church.

And there are other places you are likely to find us, and that’s working in the community. Giving back is important to us; we see it as part of an all-encompassing passion for quality. It’s a mindset that’s reflected in how we build cars and help strengthen communities.

As part of our commitment to communities, Honda often contributes to local charitable events or organizations through our charitable giving program. Our charitable giving program provides support to organizations through:

  • Associate Volunteerism
  • In-kind Donations
  • Financial Support
  • Food Drives
  • Blood Drives
  • United Fund Participation and Support
  • Community Giving

    Associates showed their support for Breast Cancer Awareness by wearing pink headbands on their green Honda hats the last week of October.

  • Community Giving

    The Women Powering Honda BRG deemed October 28th “Pink Out Day” and encouraged associates to wear pink shirts and pink masks to raise awareness.

  • Community Giving

    We celebrated Compliance and Ethics Week with associates in each division being recognized as compliance champions.

  • Community Giving

    We held our annual food drive. Food donations were given to the Decatur County Cheer Fund to distribute to children and families in need within Decatur County.

  • Community Giving

    We held our annual food drive. Food donations were given to the Decatur County Cheer Fund to distribute to children and families in need within Decatur County.

  • Community Giving

    NH Circle teams assembled 100 no-sew tie blankets for NH Circle Cover with Care.

  • Community Giving

    We held our annual toy and food drive. Toy donations were presented to Shepherd Community Center in Indianapolis.

  • Community Giving

    In observance of Veterans Day, members of our Military and Veterans Supporters BRG joined community volunteers and placed balsam wreaths on the graves of veterans buried at Greensburg Cemetery.

See our quality in action

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Charitable Requests and Sponsorships

Each year, as part of our mission, we invest in the work of numerous charitable organizations throughout the community. We look for innovative programs that address issues critical to those in need and award financial assistance to those we believe can make a real difference. There are two ways to potentially receive funding from Honda: Program Grants and Event Sponsorships. For more details on each, please contact Chelsea Abplanalp.

HondaGo Volunteer: Associate Volunteer Program

At Honda, we know that commitment to quality begins with the actions of one individual, extending through an entire team and ultimately impacting a whole community. The HondaGo Volunteer program builds on the philosophy that moving communities forward begins with one act of kindness.

About the HondaGo Volunteer program

This program is designed to support the volunteer efforts of Honda associates, spouses or domestic partner by donating a $200 grant to the eligible non-profit organization where they volunteer.

HondaGo Volunteer qualifications:

  • All full-time Honda associates, spouses or domestic partners are eligible
  • Volunteers must contribute a minimum of 40 hours within a 12-month period.
  • Each $200 grant is offered to one qualified 501(c)(3) organization.
  • The associate and spouse/domestic partner may combine their hours of service to accumulate 40 hours.
  • See the HondaGo Volunteer Grant Request Form for more information.
  • A copy of the organization’s 501(c)(3) certification and W-9 tax form must be submitted with each grant.

Associates interested in applying for a HondaGo Volunteer grant, should fill out the Request a Grant form.

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