Comcast does more than provide internet and tv service to their communities. They give back in a very big way. In what has become an annual tradition, Comcast Cares Day assembles a small army of volunteers who adopt a school in need of renovation and some TLC.
This year, John Adams Middle School was the grateful recipient for the work. Basketball courts painted, gardens weeded and seeded, and a brand-new mural were just some of the tasks for Comcast employees, students at John Adams, as well as volunteers from Highland High School.
As area vice president for Comcast Chris Dunkeson says, this day -and philosophy of giving- has become part of the corporate culture. In addition to Internet Essentials -which provides low-income families heavily discounted services- as well as scholarships, Comcast is invested in making their service communities a great place to live.