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Comcast Named Top 50 Company for Civic Engagement

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Many Comcasters have broken a sweat and shared a laugh on Comcast Cares Day. Others have experienced the rewards of mentoring student “Littles,” working with United Way to pack school supplies for children in need, or helping spread the word about real lives improved by Internet Essentials.

All of these efforts – and so many more – have led to Comcast’s recognition as one of the top 50 community-minded companies in America. This ranking was announced on December 5 by The Civic 50, a comprehensive survey of S&P 500 companies that best use their time, talent, and resources to improve the quality of life in the communities where they do business.

The Civic 50 was conducted by The National Conference on Citizenship and Points of Light, leading experts on civic engagement, in partnership with Bloomberg News. Companies were evaluated on several criteria, including how they engage with the communities they serve and institutionalize these practices in their corporate culture.

As Comcast celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, we are honored to receive this distinction – and grateful to all of our employees, and their incredible generosity.

To learn more about The Civic 50 and to see the full list, visit www.Civic50.org.

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