Comcast Donates Laptops to Students at Florida Black Expo

During the closing festivities of the Florida Black Expo in Jacksonville on Saturday, February 11, Comcast gave special gifts to a group of local students.

Comcast presented nearly two dozen students from the I’m a Star Foundation with computers. The I’m A Star Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides an outlet for students (ages 12-18) to develop solutions to help their peers overcome negative statistics.

Working with organizations like this is a part of Comcast’s long-term commitment to digital equity and inclusion in its communities. In 2022, Comcast committed $1 billion to reach tens of millions of people over the next ten years and launched Project UP to empower everyone with the skills, resources, and opportunities they need to participate and excel in an increasingly digital world.

Stefanie Bowden, Comcast Senior Specialist for Community Impact, speaks at the Florida Black Expo about Project UP and Comcast’s commitment to digital equity and inclusion in its communities.
Comcast employees present laptops to students from the “I’m a Star Foundation” at the Florida Black Expo.

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