Photo by C. B. Bell, III Photographer, www.cbbell.com
Photo by C. B. Bell, III Photographer, www.cbbell.com

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.

Photo by C. B. Bell, III Photographer, www.cbbell.com
Photo by C. B. Bell, III Photographer, www.cbbell.com
Photo by C. B. Bell, III Photographer, www.cbbell.com
Photo by C. B. Bell, III Photographer, www.cbbell.com
Photo by C. B. Bell, III Photographer, www.cbbell.com
Photo by C. B. Bell, III Photographer, www.cbbell.com
Photo by Chelsee Yee
Photo by Chelsee Yee
Tweeted by Asian Counseling and Referral Service’s Twitter account (@ACRSNews): “EVERYONE gets involved in the #ccday #Zumba warmup!”
Tweeted by Asian Counseling and Referral Service’s Twitter account (@ACRSNews): “EVERYONE gets involved in the #ccday #Zumba warmup!”