Oracle Volunteers

Oracle Volunteers

Achieving Positive Change
in Our Communities

Supporting 691 Organizations Globally

For more than 24 years, Oracle employees have helped improve the quality of life in communities where we live and work. Through year-round activities and focused initiatives, we support hundreds of nonprofit organizations globally.

Volunteering At A Glance

The Oracle Volunteers program is focused on three key areas.

  • Education. Oracle Volunteers support primary and secondary education with an emphasis on helping low-income children and promoting science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM).
  • Environment. Oracle Volunteers support environmental conservation, endangered animal protection, and environmental education.
  • Community. Oracle Volunteers participate in health and safety efforts and support a variety of organizations that provide services to seniors, families, children, and individuals in need.

In 2013, Oracle won the PR News CSR Award for Best Volunteer Program, recognizing our employees’ commitment to community service. Read more

Global Initiatives

  • Earth Week

    Earth Week

    Every April, employees take action for a healthy planet in partnership with environmental organizations.

  • Global Volunteer Days

    Global Volunteer Days

    During Global Volunteer Days (GVD), employees execute hundreds of projects and celebrate the importance of year-round volunteerism.

  • Season of Sharing

    Season of Sharing

    Every November through December, employees share their time and personal resources to help those in need.

American Heart Association Volunteer
Oracle Volunteers Spotlight: American Heart Association

Oracle Volunteers engage in community projects close to their hearts. More than 2,000 Oracle Volunteers participated in the 2014 American Heart Association Heart Walk and raised more than US$340,000 to join the fight against cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death in the US.

Golden State Warriors
Oracle Volunteers Spotlight: Golden State Warriors

Warriors center Andrew Bogut joined Oracle Volunteers and 40 boys and girls from San Francisco’s Stonestown Family YMCA for a Community Basketball Clinic, presented by Oracle, on the Warriors’ home court at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.

Oracle Giving and Volunteering in Action
Oracle Giving and Volunteering in Action

Oracle Volunteers engage with hundreds of organizations globally on a variety of projects, from donating and sorting food to mentoring students from less-advantaged communities.


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