At Volkswagen Group of America, we are proud to be at home and at work in the United States. We take being a good corporate citizen very seriously, and pledge to do everything we can to invest in and give back to the community. And we know that being a good neighbor is simply the American way.
Our people do remarkable work, within our facilities and beyond. We encourage them to take time to give back through our Volunteer Day program, which provides paid time off to get involved in community programs, as well as state and national charitable, service and relief efforts.
Our employees bring the passion and energy that makes our organization so successful to their individual volunteering efforts, and we are proud of everything they’ve accomplished to make our world a better place.
We believe corporate social responsibility is a collective effort, involving every aspect of our business, including each individual brand. Among our brands and locations across America, we make philanthropy a priority by promoting employee volunteerism, making financial and in-kind contributions, and partnering with employees to support causes they personally care about. Across the United States, our employees participate in numerous volunteer and philanthropic efforts in their communities. From the Portland Service Center’s support of Meals on Wheels and Auburn Hills' volunteering at Grace Centers of Hope to the ERL’s work with St. Jude Children's Hospital and Herndon’s commitment to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, Fairfax County Chapter, philanthropy and service is an intrinsic part of who we are as a company.
Members of the Volkswagen Sales Operations Team at
Herndon Headquarters volunteer with the local Habitat
for Humanity chapter in Loudoun County, Va.