IBMers have desire and talent. The IBM Volunteers program has the resources. Together, let's help the world!
IBMers have a rich history of volunteering. The company’s culture of giving continues to attract and inspire employees dedicated to improving the lives of others. As IBM reinvents itself in the era of AI and cloud, we continue to broaden the ways we use technology to drive social impact. For volunteering, that means cross-enterprise coordination of campaigns, individual service, and opportunities for donating money. Whether you’re a recent arrival or a longstanding member of the IBM community, we have the resources you need to make a lasting impact.
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Learn more about what IBM employees and retirees are doing in their communities and around the world.
Being essential: 2020 IBM Volunteer Excellence Award winners
The 2020 IBM Volunteer Excellence Award is awarded to 15 IBM teams and individuals around the world, honoring their community impact. NGO and school partners will receive a USD 10,000 grant as part of the award.
On Earth Day, powerful analytics run by IBM volunteers improve the odds for wildlife in Australia
IBM volunteers came together to help a conservation society use IBM technology to quickly and easily access weather data to augment and improve their conservation research.
IBM volunteers turn up the heat in freezing Texas community
In February, the worst winter weather in decades caused dangerous conditions for many parts of Texas. A team of IBM volunteers created a vital asset to connect people looking for and giving aid—and the IBMers only had a few hours to do it.
Artificially natural: revitalizing a waterway in Florida with human-made reefs
IBM volunteer and retiree Jean Cannon, along with her colleagues and neighbors in Siesta Key, Florida, are using artificial reefs to help restore and revitalize the aquatic ecosystem surrounding their community.
Volunteer perspectives: An MLK Day event with Boys & Girls Clubs of Dallas
Fang Wang has been a volunteer for nearly a decade—helping kids appreciate STEM through robotics. For Martin Luther King, Jr. Day this year, she coordinated a team of IBM volunteers to mentor students during an hour of code.
Whether you’re just getting started volunteering, or looking for tips on working with particular types of organizations or audiences, IBM Volunteers has a range of resources to help.