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AJ Williams, owner of the Balloon Love Shop, took the leap into business with with help of the Comcast RISE Program.

Small Business Owners Finding Support Through Special Grant Program

Starting a small business at any time can come with an enormous amount of challenges but starting one during a pandemic creates even more. I’m… Continue reading

 

Connecting more people to the Internet and the technology they need to participate and excel in an increasingly digital world has been a core focus for Comcast.

Helping Seattle Residents Connect to the Transformative

Power of the Internet Both at Home and On-the-Go

 

Through Comcast RISE, Comcast aims to create sustainable impact and give meaningful support to the small businesses who are shaping our communities.

Small, Minority-Owned Businesses in King and Pierce Counties Can Now Apply For $10,000 Relief Grants Through Comcast RISE

Independent small businesses in Washington are the backbone of our communities, and today, more than ever, they need our help. The ongoing impact of the… Continue reading

 

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Small businesses in Seattle have an opportunity to apply for $10,000 relief grants through Comcast RISE

Independent small businesses in Washington are the backbone of our communities, and today, more than ever, they need our help. The ongoing impact of the… Continue reading

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Whether through donations, membership, or sponsorship for programs like NAAM’s Knowledge is Power Book Giveaway, which distributes free African American children’s books to K-12 students, the organization both relies on and contributes to the local community.

Northwest African American Museum Inspires Local Youth Through Education and Partnerships

By LaNesha DeBardelaben, President & CEO, Northwest African American Museum The Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) works to spread knowledge, understanding, and enjoyment of the… Continue reading

Whether through donations, membership, or sponsorship for programs like NAAM’s Knowledge is Power Book Giveaway, which distributes free African American children’s books to K-12 students, the organization both relies on and contributes to the local community.
The Comcast Lift Zones program means El Centro de la Raza now has additional high-powered Wi-Fi and connectivity and access to other resources that help kids and families connect to the internet when they are at the center.

Emergency Funds and New Technology Help El Centro de la Raza Reach Families Hit by COVID

By Estela Ortega, Executive Director of El Centro de la Raza The COVID-19 crisis put many families and students in Washington state at risk of… Continue reading

The Comcast Lift Zones program means El Centro de la Raza now has additional high-powered Wi-Fi and connectivity and access to other resources that help kids and families connect to the internet when they are at the center.
Comcast Corporation has launched the Comcast RISE program to help strengthen and empower Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)-owned small businesses hard hit by COVID-19.

BIPOC-owned small businesses in Seattle may now apply for support from ComcastRISE

Get marketing consultations, media placements, commercial creative production or technology services

Comcast Corporation has launched the Comcast RISE program to help strengthen and empower Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)-owned small businesses hard hit by COVID-19.
More than 30 different community hubs in Washington state will be equipped with WiFi-connected “Lift Zones” over the next few months to help students get online, participate in distance learning, and do their homework.

Lift zones with free WiFi provided by Comcast will help students participate in distance learning

Comcast launches 30 WiFi-connected “Lift Zones” in Washington, including 10+ in King County

More than 30 different community hubs in Washington state will be equipped with WiFi-connected “Lift Zones” over the next few months to help students get online, participate in distance learning, and do their homework.
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