On Saturday, April 26, more than 500 local Comcast employees, community partners, their families, and friends took to the streets of Seattle’s historic Chinatown-International District as part of Comcast Cares Day- ID Spring Clean.
Working side-by-side with volunteers, nonprofits, and businesses, it was a day for Comcast to bring local communities together in its mission to beautify and revitalize the home to many of our APIs.
Comcast Cares Day-ID Spring Clean included the following projects (among many others):
• Pressure-washing sidewalks and organizing a widespread trash pick-up
• Painting over graffiti and cleaning culturally significant artwork, such as the fish designs on the I-5 pillars
• Restoring the Danny Woo Community Garden
• Giving a makeover to the Asian Counseling and Referral Service Food Bank
• Painting the offices of the International Examiner
Comcast has worked closely with the CIDBIA, SCIDpda, ICDA, City Year, and other non-profits to make this day successful.
Here’s a glimpse of the big day.