Giving back to the communities where our customers and employees live and work has always been a priority for our company. With more than 3,700 employees and a presence here that spans four decades, our company has deep roots across Michigan.
This year alone, the Comcast Foundation has given grants totaling nearly $400,000 to 16 worthy nonprofit organizations across Michigan. The grants primarily support programs aimed at digital literacy, leadership development for youth, and community service and volunteerism.
The Michigan nonprofits receiving Comcast Foundation grants in 2017 include:
100 Black Men of Greater Detroit Inc. ($15,000)
826 Michigan (Detroit) ($10,000)
Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (Dearborn) ($18,000)
Association of Chinese Americans Inc. (Madison Heights) ($46,000)
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit ($30,000)
Boys and Girls Clubs of Michigan ($66,000)
City Year Detroit ($100,000)
Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation ($10,000)
Detroit Police Athletic League Inc. ($15,000)
Easter Seals-Michigan Inc. (Auburn Hills) ($14,000)
Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan ($15,000)
Grand Rapids Urban League Inc. ($21,000)
Latin Americans United for Progress (Holland) ($7,000)
Southwest Solutions (Detroit) ($10,000)
Southwestern Michigan Urban League Inc. (Battle Creek) ($15,000)
Financial support is just one way in which we give back to our communities. We also provide support in the form of scholarships for high school students, in-kind services and thousands of hours of volunteerism through our generous employees.