In their pursuit to close the digital divide, Comcast partnered with the Seeds to Harvest Coalition to give 100 computers to Seed’s youth service leadership members the Northside Bulldogs. Seeds to Harvest has pulled together 16 community youth and community groups to provide community service across the region each week for the past 18 months.

“This is a grand opportunity to connect our young leaders to the world via these laptops from Comcast,” said Northside Bulldog and Seeds To Harvest leader Mike Tate. “This is an amazing gift from Comcast that will allow our leaders to stay connected to the world in real time.”

Comcast’s also supported the Seeds To Harvest Community Summer Games which hosted sports and artistic programming to over 400 youth from across Minneapolis and attempted two Guinness World Records with over 400 community members from across the state.

“This is an amazing opportunity for all of us to build momentum and change the trajectory of this community via our collective work and access to the digital world,” said Brett Buckner managing director and Seeds Coordinator.

For additional information, please contact Tatiana Freeman, Seeds To Harvest – 612.315.1299

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