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Comcast Cares Day Approaches in Washington State: We’ll Make Change Happen at 13 Sites

Walter Neary and Jenna Gearhart on New Day Northwest

Click on the photo to see an interview on New Day Northwest with Walter Neary, Comcast communications director in Washington State, and Jenna Gearhart, program manager, Labateyah Youth Home, about how the volunteer work on April 27 will help young people.

Comcast Cares Day, one of the largest single corporate days of service in the nation, is almost here: April 27, 2013. That’s Saturday! A list, with descriptions and oftentimes, a video, of all 13 projects is here.

We’re starting to see news media and other accounts from various places that explain how these projects help the community and show the value of volunteering. Keep an eye on this post for updates about Comcast Cares Day 2013.

Aberdeen, Miller Junior High School: Here’s what KXRO had to say about the coming project.

Here’s the report from KBKW radio.

Arlington, Sarvey Wildlife Care Center: Here’s what Sarvey had to say about the coming project on their Facebook page.

Gig Harbor, Veterans Park: Here’s the city’s news release about our 40 volunteers.

Here’s an account in the Gig Harbor Patch about Kenneth Leo Marvin Veterans Park.

Olympia, Rebuilding Together Thurston County: Read ThurstonTalk’s account of the coming day.

Pierce County: The Suburban Times explains how we’ll have more than 450 volunteers making Tacoma and Pierce County shine on Saturday.

Here’s what the Business Examiner had to say about our Pierce County projects.

Tacoma, HopeSparks: A different story from The Suburban Times: HopeSparks Selected for Comcast Cares Day.

Here’s an account of what to expect Saturday from Tacoma Weekly.

Here’s what HopeSparks had to say about what the donations of time and money mean to the organization.

Redmond, Eastside Audubon: Headline: Eastside Audubon and Comcast team up to take on blackberries at Marymoor.

Seattle, Labateyah Youth Home: Here’s a segment, looking forward to the big day in Seattle, with Margaret Larson of New Day Northwest.

About wtneary

Community relations director, Comcast in Washington State.


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