Philosophy Without Action Is Worthless
We are united in the pursuit of equality and justice, and stand with the Black community in the face of systemic racism and discrimination. Together with our associates, suppliers, dealers and other partners in the community, we will work even harder to advocate and persist in seeking the inclusion and equity that makes us stronger as a nation, and as a company.more
Team Honda Week of Service
More than 25,000 volunteers participated in the 4th annual Team Honda Week of Service in 2019, conducting nearly 600 service activities that highlight the vital work of local community organizations throughout North America.more
Honda Campus All-Star Challenge
Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC) is America’s premier academic quiz competition for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
In 2019, student teams from 48 HBCUs gathered in Los Angeles for the HCASC National Championship Tournament. In a two-game sweep against Florida A&M University, Spelman College became the first all-female team to win the championship title.
More than 150,000 HBCU scholars have participated in HCASC since 1989. Honda has awarded over $9 million in grants through HCASC to help fund tuition and book scholarships, student development initiatives, endowment and development campaigns, as well as facilities and equipment.
Honda Battle of the Bands celebrates the history and supports the musical talents of America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities marching bands. Eight bands rocked Atlanta in 2020, performing for a crowd of nearly 60,000 fans.
The HBCU Power of Dreams Award
Since 2015, Honda has honored an individual who has positively impacted the lives of others in the HBCU community. This year, we recognized Chuck Hobbs with the HBCU Power of Dreams Award. Chuck is a Honda Campus All-Star Challenge alum and volunteer who has mentored hundreds of students over the years. He is an advocate for HBCUs and the critical role they play in higher education.
TOMODACHI Cultural Exchange
The TOMODACHI Honda Cultural Exchange Program helps Japanese high school students develop global leadership skills and experience a cultural exchange between Japan and the U.S.Go
Eagle Rock School: Engaging Underserved Students
Founded and solely funded by Honda, Eagle Rock School is a nationally recognized, full academic high school in Colorado that emphasizes experiential education and project-based learning for students who feel disconnected in traditional academic settings.
Eagle Rock School has launched the award-winning documentary, "All Who Dare." The film centers on the 24-day wilderness expedition that is a required part of the orientation process for all new students, and highlights the transformative role of an outdoor educational experience. Click go to watch the film.Go
Honda Supports STEM
We continuously seek out innovative organizations that are advancing science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education for our youth. American Honda Foundation grant recipient Science from Scientists provides hands-on lessons taught by real scientists to help inspire the next generation of STEM leaders.