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Mobilizing Volunteers

Community service is a source of passion and pride for Ford employees and it is deeply ingrained in the company’s DNA. Through the Ford Volunteer Corps, thousands of employees give back to their communities every year.

Since 2005, Ford employees have logged more than 1.7 million volunteer hours – bringing unique skills, passion and teamwork to community organizations and nonprofits across six continents.

Team Rubicon Powered by Ford

Natural disasters including flooding, wildfires, tornadoes and hurricanes impact more and more people each year. We’ve expanded our partnership with Team Rubicon in a new disaster relief effort, Team Rubicon Powered by Ford, and Ford employees can join in to support their communities to prepare, rebuild and recover.

Many Ford employees have already joined Team Rubicon's "Greyshirt" volunteers in Detroit cleaning out homes damaged by the 2021 floods and in Houston rebuilding homes affected by Hurricane Harvey in 2017.

Ready to join a Team Rubicon volunteer project?

Learn more about how to get involved by signing up to become a Team Rubicon Greyshirt. By becoming a Greyshirt you will receive text alerts for current operations happening around the country.  Please make sure to select FORD as your affiliation.

We are in the process of revising our paid time off policy to allow for more flexibility to deploy with Team Rubicon. We currently have 16 hours of paid time for full-time employees.

Don't forget to follow Team Rubicon on Instagram and check out their new 13-episode series on Roku.


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Diverse group of coworkers

Nonprofits: this system is designed for approved Ford Volunteer Corps agencies. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are interested in learning more about how to work with us!

Ford employees can sign up to receive monthly updates about our volunteer projects. 

Food being served at a soup kitchen by Ford volunteers

Global Caring Month

Each September, the Ford Volunteer Corps rallies employees to design their own volunteer projects as part of our annual month-long community service initiative, Global Caring Month.

Employees choose an organization or issue they care about most in their communities and propose a unique volunteer project in partnership with a local nonprofit – from building homes or renovating schools, to cleaning up parks, installing clean water systems, distributing fresh food and more.

Ford Fund provides grants to the nonprofits to buy tools and supplies necessary to complete the project.

In 2022, more than $895,000 USD in grant funding was provided to 126 employee-nominated nonprofits in 30 countries.

To learn more about the 2023 program, click below.

Our Employees in Action