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Social Impact Profile ™

Areas of Impact:
Children & Youth,Community Development,Seniors

Since 2001, Comcast has provided $2.5 billion in cash and in-kind support to national and local nonprofit organizations across the country. We work with nonprofits to create successful programs that improve the quality of life where our customers and employees live and work. We also have strong relationships with our national partners - National Urban League, NCLR (National Council of La Raza), City Year, Big Brothers Big Sisters, One Economy, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Teach for America, Broadband Opportunity Coalition and the Asian American Justice Center - and we work together to meet the needs of families, neighborhoods and communities.

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    Big Brothers Big Sisters, Comcast and NBCUniversal Honor Mentors

    Big Brothers Big Sisters’ 2012 National Big Brother of the Year and Big Sister of the Year story is a tale of the winners’ two remarkable mentees, Delaitre, of Tallahassee, Florida, and Kirsten, of St. Cloud, Minnesota. Brent Hartsfield, Big Brother to Delaitre, and Shari Wahlin, Big Sister to Kirsten, will receive recognition as the nation’s top mentors on June 12 during Big Brothers Big Sisters’ 2012 National Leadership Summit, sponsored by Comcast and NBCUniversal. Read More

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    Rolling up our sleeves for a day of service

    On April 21, 2012, more than 75,000 Comcast employees, friends and family members joined together across the country for one of the nation’s largest single-day corporate volunteer efforts, Comcast Cares Day. From coast to coast, we also worked side-by-side with our colleagues from NBCUniversal in giving back to our local communities. At more than 660 sites in 39 states and the District of Columbia, we cleaned up parks, painted schools, and partnered on incredible projects with organizations such as the National Urban League, the National Council of La Raza, City Year, the Boys & Girls Club of America, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and the United Way. Read More