We believe that people and technology are our two greatest strengths. Separately, each is a powerful asset capable of creating change. Together, they are an unstoppable force for real and lasting social impact. That is why we invest our time, resources, platforms, and technology to serve the people in the cities and communities where we work and live. We know firsthand that community engagement opens doors and crosses divides. It fosters collaboration, which helps address local challenges and tackle critical social issues.

Comcast volunteers create a wood structure together on Comcast Cares Day.
David L. Cohen (second from right), Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of Comcast Corporation, joins Comcast Cares Day volunteers. In 2018, more than 115,000 volunteers worked on more than 1,200 projects.

Community engagement is also in our DNA.

“From our founding, Comcast has actively participated in the civic life of the communities we serve,” says Dalila Wilson-Scott, Comcast’s Senior Vice President for Community Impact and President of the Comcast Foundation.  “We recognize our responsibility in the private sector to step in and partner with public agencies.  Service has always been fundamental to our culture and is at the core of what we stand for as a company.”

With our talent leading the way, we know that inspiring civic engagement and service is a powerfully simple and direct way to make a positive impact everywhere we have a presence.  It’s the very heart of how we show up as a company — and how we move forward.  We believe citizen service empowers change and helps create stronger, more vibrant communities.

Service has always been fundamental to our culture and is at the core of what we stand for as a company.
Senior Vice President, Community Impact, Comcast Corporation