This month, Comcast’s employee resource groups partnered with Boys & Girls Club to deliver school supplies to clubs serving Pittsburgh and Harrisburg. Members of Comcast’s Women’s Network, VetNet, BEN, Unidos and Out@Comcast employee resource groups collected binders, folders, staplers, drawstring bags, planners and scissors for students who participate in programs at Sarah Heinz House in Pittsburgh and the Boys & Girls Club of Harrisburg.
In addition to school supplies, the employees provided information about Comcast’s Internet Essentials, the nation’s most comprehensive broadband adoption program for low-income households. Internet Essentials provides low-cost internet service for $9.95 a month; the option to purchase an internet-ready computer for less than $150; and access to free digital literacy training in print, online, and in person.
Boys & Girls Club is one of Comcast’s national partners, helping millions of kids and teens develop essential skills, make lasting connections and have fun. Today, 4,300 Clubs serve 4 million young people annually through Club membership and community outreach.