Last week was the Motorola Mobility Foundation’s first Global Week of Service and more than 2,700 employees volunteered for projects in communities around the world.
This year, employees chose from 150 different projects that spanned 23 countries. Some people taught seniors the “ins and outs” of technology; others stocked food pantry shelves. A group in Russia prepped the landscape at the botanic garden for the upcoming winter and in 12 schools around the world groups taught students how to build Android™ apps.
Motorola has always been proud of its volunteering and community involvement, which is why Motorola Mobility has continued the Global Service tradition started by Motorola, Inc. Take a look at what we did this year: