CLEVELAND — Spectrum employees in Northeast Ohio volunteered to show their support for the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority

What You Need To Know

  • CMHA's Lakeview Terrace Community Center will provide technology, computer and job skills training at the newly created Spectrum Technology & Training Center for local residents

  • Spectrum launched Spectrum Community Assist to benefit local organizations providing critical community services and job training skills 

  • More than 30 Spectrum employees volunteered for today's effort

They gathered today in Cleveland for Spectrum's announcement that the company will contribute $50,000 to CMHA's Lakeview Terrace Community Center.

Volunteers helped set up the new Spectrum Technology and Training Workspace. They also took part in landscaping activities. 

These resources for residents are made possible through "Spectrum Community Assist," a major Charter Communications philanthropic initiative to revitalize community centers in rural and urban areas in underserved communities. 

Besides educational and workforce training programs, Lakeview Terrace residents will now have greater digital access.

More than 30 volunteers took part in this effort, in partnership with “Rebuilding Together Northeast Ohio.”

Charter Communications is the parent company of Spectrum.