A student and instructor make a craft at a Team UP event.

Comcast NBCUniversal Recognized on PEOPLE’S ’100 Companies that Care’ List

We are excited to announce that Comcast NBCUniversal is ranked 34th on PEOPLE Magazine’s “100 Companies that Care” list for 2022. Partnering with Great Place to Work, PEOPLE identified the top US companies who demonstrate outstanding respect, care, and concern for their employees, communities, and the environment. Comcast was recognized on the list for our ongoing commitment to create positive and substantive change in people’s lives.

At Comcast, we are dedicated to using our platforms, people, and reach to ensure that everyone has the resources and opportunities they need to participate and excel in today’s economy. Project UP is our comprehensive initiative to advance digital equity and help build a future of Unlimited Possibilities with a $1 billion commitment to reach tens of millions of people. It encompasses programs, like Internet Essentials and Lift Zones, and community partnerships across Comcast, NBCUniversal, and Sky that connect people to the Internet, advance economic mobility, and open doors for the next generation of innovators, entrepreneurs, storytellers, and creators.


Commitment to reach tens of millions of people

Aligned to Project Up is Team UP, our volunteerism and employee engagement program. This always-on initiative brings our teams together and provides opportunities for everyone to get more involved with our communities.

We’ve set a goal to be carbon neutral by 2035 in Scope 1 and 2 emissions across our global operations, and we’re proud to share that we reduced our emissions 19% last year. Our teams have been working diligently to invest in renewable electricity, increase network efficiency and resiliency, design sustainable products and packaging, and showcase the possibilities of a sustainable future through storytelling and production. We have the roadmap to carbon neutral, and we’re letting it guide us to a better, more sustainable future.


Emissions reduction last year