Comcast Employees ‘Team UP’ for Their Community

VetNet Event

This spring, Comcast employees, along with friends, family and community members,  joined forces for a season of service through Team UP, Comcast’s national employee volunteer program. Team UP empowers employees to connect with their communities and make a positive impact 365 days a year.

From March–May, dozens of employees across Greater Philadelphia, New Jersey and northern Delaware volunteered with community organizations on a variety of projects.

Learn more about Comcast’s recent community impact and partner organizations below:

Veterans Multi-Service Center

VetNet Event
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Comcast’s VetNet partnered with the Veterans Multi-Service Center (VMC), founded in 1980 by Vietnam veterans to prepare and serve lunch to unhoused veterans as part of The Sportsman Channel’s Hunt Fish Feed program, which combats hunger by using underutilized food sources.

ACHIEVEability Impact Day


ACHIEVEability is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty through higher education, affordable housing and supportive services. The organization held their inaugural Impact Day this spring. Hundreds of volunteers worked together to beautify West Philadelphia.

ACHIEVEability Tech UP Program

ACHIEVEability Team UP

ACHIEVEability’s Tech UP program provides workforce development training and connects job seekers with sustainable, safe career paths. Members of  Comcast’s regional HR team visited with program participants to assist with resume writing and interview skills.

South Jersey Field of Dreams

South Jersey Field of Dreams

The South Jersey Field of Dreams brings the joy of baseball to everyone, regardless of ability. To help them gear up for opening day, Freedom Region’s MyAbilities Employee Resource Group (ERG) volunteered their time for some spring cleaning, mulching and landscaping at the field. 

Navigator’s Adaptive Sports Tri-State Games

Navigators Adaptive Sports Group
Navigators Adaptive Sports Group 2

Navigators Adaptive Sports creates weekly, multi-sport programs for children and young adults with disabilities. The organization recently held its annual Tri-State Games, in partnership with the Tri-State Wheelchair & Ambulatory Association (TSWAA). Freedom Region employees volunteered their time to assist with set-up, registration, scorekeeping, and more to ensure a smooth and fun event for all athletes.

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