Project aimed at constructing outdoor stage and benches for students, landscaping and painting
Oct. 7, 2015: Atlanta, GA. – Comcast announced today that it has partnered with GirlTalk, a national peer-to-peer mentoring program for middle and high school girls, on a beautification project. The Women’s Network at Comcast will partner with GirlTalk to construct a stage and surrounding benches for students to perform outside of G.A. Towns Elementary School in Atlanta.
The group will also beautify the school grounds and paint parts of the facility. The event will take place on October 10 from 9am – 3pm, with registration starting at 8am. The school is located at 760 Bolton Rd. NW in Atlanta.
“Our employee resource groups are vital in carrying on the Comcast mission of giving back to the communities we serve,” said Cherie Caldwell, VP of Human Resources at Comcast. “The Women’s Network at Comcast is thrilled to collaborate with GirlTalk to make a difference for the students and teachers at G.A. Towns Elementary School, and we look forward to continuing this great partnership.”
“On behalf of the Tiger Town family, I want to thank Comcast and GirlTalk for partnering with our school to demonstrate their commitment to service,” said Dr. Dione Simon, Principal at G.A. Towns Elementary. “I also want to acknowledge the many volunteers who will graciously give their time and use their talents to help us beautify our campus.”