Moto Volunteers at Kick-off, Photo: Monica Inglot


Yesterday, nearly 300 Motorolans gave back to communities across Chicago. Motorolans provided lunch to needy senior citizens, beautified schools and community spaces with murals and fresh paint, and acknowledged the service and sacrifice of our nation’s veterans with transition and aid kits. We are so grateful for those that participated in Motoserve and contributed nearly 2,000 hours of service in the community. Many of the projects that Motorolans completed would not have been possible for the schools and community centers to complete on their own. Each painted room, fresh mural, and newly constructed art shelf makes a huge impact for the individuals in the community that utilize the space.


Volunteers Paint a Mural at Hope Institute, Photo: Monica Inglot


Volunteers Pack Kits in the Chicago Theater, Photo: Monica Inglot


Motoserve is just one of the programs offered to Motorola’s Employees by the Motorola Mobility Foundation. The Foundation offers both on-going and one-off volunteer opportunities and is active in supporting Tech Entrepreneurship, STEAM Education and Accessibility initiatives in the community.


Volunteers at Lincoln Perry Make Fleece Blankets, Photo: Monica Inglot