Over the past several weeks, thousands of volunteers offered up their time and energy in partnership with more than 30 community organizations across the Twin Cities Region as part of Comcast Cares Day 2019.
Comcast employees, family members and friends worked on a variety of projects, both large and small throughout April and May. From landscaping to painting, from stocking food shelves to mentoring young people, Comcast employees dedicated their talent to making a difference.
For example, more than 125 Comcast NBCUniversal employees, family members, friends and community partners helped “make change happen” as they volunteered to assemble resource kits and mentor young people at the Glover-Sudduth Center in North Minneapolis. Meanwhile, in the Kansas City area, over 100 Comcast Cares Day volunteers helped landscape, paint, and build new food shelve storage units at Community Services League in Independence.
“We were delighted to partner with Greater Twin Cities United Way and Community Services League to give back to our local communities during Comcast Cares Day 2019,” said J.D. Keller, Regional Senior Vice President, Comcast. “Volunteering is at the very heart of who we are as a company, and our employees continue to drive that spirit of giving back to the community both on Comcast Cares Day and throughout the year.”
Here’s an up-close look at Comcast Cares Day 2019 across the Twin Cities Region:
Comcast NBCUniversal employees volunteer during Comcast Cares Day and throughout the year to make a lasting impact. To date, more than 1 million Comcast Cares Day volunteers have contributed over 6 million service hours to improve local communities at more than 10,000 projects. To learn more about Comcast Cares Day and our other community investment programs, click here.