Comcast’s East Area Maintenance team recently visited the Salvation Army in Augusta, Ga., to tour the facility and roll up their sleeves to volunteer. The team painted a portion of the building, which will provide transitional housing for men in need.
“Our experience at the Salvation Army really opened our eyes to the needs that exist right here in our own communities,” said Tony Germer, Director, Network Maintenance for Comcast. “As employees, we take the call to service very seriously and are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of others.”
Moving forward, Comcast’s East Area Maintenance team will participate in quarterly service projects.
The Augusta Salvation Army offers numerous services including a soup kitchen, emergency shelter for women, men and children, emergency disaster services, job skills training and social service assistance.
For additional information, please visit their website at http://salvationarmyaugusta.org/.