DENVER - More than 6,000 local Comcast employees will help "make change happen" Saturday as they volunteer for Comcast Cares Day.
In all, they'll donate more than 38,000 hours of their time to benefit 27 Colorado nonprofits.
One of the largest volunteer efforts will be restoration efforts for the Waldo Canyon Fire burn area. Comcast volunteers will plant trees, seedlings and beautify the damaged area.
Rich Jennings, Comcast Vice President for the Mile High Region says, "We are honored to help make a big difference in the lives of others. I am thankful to all of our participants who are helping to make this a success."
More than 70,000 Comcast volunteers nationwide will participate in this annual day of service.
In Colorado, volunteers will work at various projects across the state including the Denver Indian Canter, Aurora Public Schools, and the Mi Casa Resource Center.
For more information, visit: www.comcast.com/community
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