Why Motorola Makes Better Grants Than Cellphones

Do you ever wonder what employees at Motorola do when they aren't designing some of the world's worst cell phones? Philanthropy. They've given about $30 million since 2007 to develop engineering, science and math programs. Motorola's charitable division, The Motorola Solutions Foundation, gives in the form of what they call "Innovation Grants." They have recently taken an interest in projects that encourage young women to get involved in these traditionally and predominantly male fields.

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