Comcast Cares Day volunteers paint a wall.

Comcast Cares Day

A celebration of our commitment to giving back each and every day of the year.

Now in its 18th year, Comcast Cares Day is one of the largest corporate commitments to volunteerism and service in America. Comcast NBCUniversal’s long-standing company tradition has engaged more than one million volunteers to help strengthen communities around the world where our customers and employees live and work. This year for the first time, we welcomed colleagues at Sky to join this tradition of giving back. Our company-wide celebration of Comcast Cares Day happened on Saturday, May 4, 2019, and hundreds of projects took place between April and mid-May.

  • Comcast Cares Day 2019 Highlights

    Comcast NBCUniversal and Sky employees gathered their friends, family members, nonprofit partners, and community leaders to participate in Comcast Cares Day 2019.

  • Comcast Cares Day 2019: Olympic Inspiration in Colorado Springs

    Comcast employees and volunteers joined Olympic Gold medalists Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson and Monique Lamoureux-Morando at the Boys & Girls Club of the Pikes Peak Region in Colorado Springs.

  • Comcast Cares Day 2019

    On Comcast Cares Day and every day, we work to create a lasting impact in our communities.

  • Comcast Cares Day 2019: Achieving 500,000 Environmentally-Friendly Volunteer Hours

    This Comcast Cares Day, we achieved our companywide goal of 500,000 environmentally-friendly hours in 2019, a year ahead of our 2020 deadline.

  • Comcast Cares Day 2018: A Lasting Impact in Santa Rosa

    Over 500 volunteers came together on Comcast Cares Day to break ground for the new Santa Rosa Integrated Wellness in the aftermath of the California wildfires.

  • Comcast Cares Day 2018: Thinking Green

    On Comcast Cares Day, volunteers were involved in multiple sustainability efforts including composting, water conservation, and community farming.

  • Comcast Cares Day 2017: Writing a Code for Success

    Comcast Cares Day volunteers in Washington, D.C. spent time at a Boys & Girls Club teaching 9 to 11 year olds how to code and program computers.

We are firm believers that corporations have a responsibility to give back to the communities where their employees and customers live and work and to partner with local governments, organizations, and nonprofits to make our communities stronger.
David L. Cohen
Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer


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Comcast Cares Day volunteers paint a playground.

Comcast NBCUniversal Celebrates 18th Annual Comcast Cares Day

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