WHAT: Comcast Cares Day, which takes place each April during National Volunteer Month, is Comcast NBCUniversal’s companywide celebration of their year-round commitment to service and the nation’s largest single-day corporate volunteer effort in the country.
On Saturday, April 23, at Comcast’s signature project in Nashville, hundreds of volunteers, elected officials, and community partners will join Comcast and Mayor Megan Barry at their inaugural city-wide spring clean-up in support of Comcast Cares Day. Comcast volunteers and partners including Hands on Nashville and Metro Nashville Public Works will host dozens of community clean-up and beautification projects at various sites across Davidson County.
Members of the general public are invited to join. To sign up, visit ComcastintheCommunity.com.
Onsite registration will be available, but participants are encouraged to sign up beforehand to ensure they get a t-shirt.
Following the city clean-up projects, volunteers are invited to a celebration at the Nashville Earth Day Festival at Centennial Park. The festival is free and open to the public, and will include live entertainment. Visit http://www.nashvilleearthday.org/ for more information.
WHO: Mayor Megan Barry, local Comcast employees and their friends and families, community partners and volunteers
WHEN: Saturday, April 23, 2016
Project Begins at 8:30 a.m.
WHERE: Project kick-off with Mayor Barry will be held Whitsett Elementary located at 110 Whitsett Road, Nashville, Tenn.