Comcast NBCUniversal contributes to California fire relief efforts

Comcast NBCUniversal will donate USD 1.1 million in cash and in-kind support for the communities impacted by California´s devastating fires, the company said.

A cash contribution of USD 850,000 will go to the CDF Firefighters Benevolent Foundation, the Boys & Girls Club of North Valley, the Butte County Schools Fire Relief Fund, the Camp Fire Evacuation Relief Fund, and the Entertainment Industry Foundation. Comcast will also donate USD 250,000 worth of in-kind support to the North Valley Community Foundation.

As part of the in-kind funding, Comcast will donate advertising time on its cable systems to build awareness and encourage donations to the North Valley Community Foundation, which administers the Camp Fire Evacuation Relief Fund and the Butte County Schools Fire Relief Fund. The Funds were established to support the short-term relief and long-term recovery of the individuals in the impacted areas of Butte County.

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