Honda Associates Supporting Their Communities

Honda associates have stepped up to support the communities where they live and work in a variety of ways since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

From baking for healthcare workers and writing notes of gratitude and encouragement to delivering care packages to seniors, Honda associates have been supportive of neighbors, people in need and those working on the frontlines throughout the pandemic, all while adhering to social distancing guidelines.

Here are just a few ways Honda associates and their families are helping spread goodwill in their communities.

  • Honda associate, Eric Mauk, and his family turned their children’s bus shelter in Ohio into a pop-up food pantry. With donations from the community, the pantry is open at all hours for those who need essential items like food, personal hygiene products and pet supplies.
  • Mitch Morgan, a Honda associate in California, is thanking essential workers with gift cards. Mitch has distributed 25 In-N-Out Burger gift cards to workers he encounters on the frontlines.
  • Georgia associate Amanda Moore’s eight-year-old Alani sold her artwork to raise more than $7,000 for supplies, personal protective equipment and research funding for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in her hometown.
  • To show her support and appreciation for local healthcare workers, Alabama associate Karla Dupree baked brownies for the staff at Brookwood Hospital and Coosa Valley Medical Center.
  • When the Greensburg Community Bread of Life food bank was short on volunteers, Chelsea Abplanalp, Evan Clark and Bill Trozzo of Honda Manufacturing of Indiana answered the call by preparing and delivering meals to local families in need.
  • Honda associates across the country have been donating homemade masks in their communities to help slow the spread of coronavirus.

To learn more about the different ways Honda associates are helping in their communities, click here.