Spectrum Housing Assist
Spectrum Housing Assist – Charter’s inaugural philanthropic program that debuted in December 2014 as Charter Our Community – focused on assisting homeowners with critical home repairs and improving safety through community rebuilding events, distribution of Safe & Healthy Home Kits and installation of smoke detectors. The initial goal to improve 25,000 homes by 2020 later doubled to 50,000 and the Company reached its goal in October 2020 with a final event in Stamford, Conn. In 2021, Charter expanded its philanthropic outreach, launching Spectrum Community Center Assist, a new five-year initiative to revitalize community centers and invest in their job training programs across its 41-state footprint.
Spectrum Housing Assist Reaches its Goal of 50,000 Homes Improved
Spectrum Housing Assist completed its final home rebuild in October 2020, having reached its goal of 50,000 homes improved since the program's launch in 2014. Employee volunteers repaired two homes in Stamford, Conn., and made exterior improvements to the local Boys & Girls Club. In addition, 330 Safe & Healthy Home Kits were distributed to Stamford residents.
How Spectrum Housing Assist Met its Goal
Spectrum Housing Assist Milestones
- Press Release
Charter Hits Goal to Improve the Health and Safety of 50,000 Homes Nationwide Through Spectrum Housing AssistRead this article
- Community Impact
Spectrum Housing Assist Surpasses 25,000 Homes Improved - Targets 50,000 Homes Improved by 2020Read this article
Stamford, CT. – Charter Communications, Inc. today announced its signature philanthropic initiative, Spectrum Housing Assist, a program that seeks to ensure more Americans live in safe and healthy homes, has surpassed its original goal of improving 25,000 homes. As of today, Spectrum Housing Assist has improved 25,000 homes with the help of 5,457 Spectrum employee volunteers for a total of 34,163 volunteer hours impacting the lives of thousands of community residents.
- Community Impact
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