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Universal Orlando & Comcast NBC Universal Donate $2M For Hurricane Ian Relief

Comcast NBCUniversal, which is Universal Orlando Resort’s parent company, along with the Universal Orlando Foundation announced it will donate $2 million to support relief and recovery efforts following Hurricane Ian.


The donation will include $1 million in cash, together with in-kind contributions to the Florida Disaster Fund, with the remainder distributed among the Comcast NBCUniversal Employee Assistance Fund, United Way, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, Team Rubicon and the American Red Cross.


Locally here in Orlando, Universal Orlando is also donating food to impacted communities through partnerships with local organizations.



Dalia Wilson-Scott, Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of Comcast Corporation and President of the Comcast NBCUniversal Foundation said, “This announcement of financial and additional resources is the next step in our ongoing commitment to help revive and strengthen the region." She continued "The sheer level of destruction on the ground is heartbreaking, and we hope our donation will aid in accelerating the immediate relief and rebuilding efforts.”


Through the Comcast NBCUniversal Employee Disaster Assistance Fund, the company is providing grants to team members in need as well as matching employee donations to eligible nonprofit disaster relief organizations through the Comcast NBCUniversal Matching Gift Program.

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