Originally appeared in Florida Today
By: Ilana Kowarski
November 10, 2015
Brevard County employees of the Bright House Networks cable and media company have volunteered more than 600 hours in the community this year.
“Bright House Networks, its leadership and employees are some of Brevard’s most active corporate citizens,” said Rob Rains, president of United Way of Brevard. “Whether it’s raising money for United Way or making resources available to some of our most vulnerable youth in afterschool programs like Boys & Girls Clubs, this business is always willing to step up to the plate.”
The company offers a “Community Service Day Program,” which allows full-time employees to get paid for a workday of volunteering and part-time employees to get paid for a half-day of volunteering, and it supports local nonprofits by providing free public service announcements.