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Cox in Your Community

Supporting Youth and Education

Supporting Youth and Education

Cox's support of youth and education programs, including the donation of millions of dollars in cash and in-kind support to schools and education groups, is the foundation of our charitable giving. But we don't really see it that way...

By opening doors of opportunity and learning for thousands of students in our communities, we're not just giving back--we're investing in our future.

Cable in the Classroom

Cox is a founding member of Cable in the Classroom, a national non-profit  organization that provides commercial-free programming and online resources to students, teachers and administrators in 81,000 schools. The result is enriched classroom content, visionary use of cable technologies and enhanced teaching resources.

Learning From Leaders

Cox San Diego and C-SPAN created Students & Leaders: San Diego, a program giving high school students a chance to speak with community leaders like the mayor of San Diego about leadership and public service.


Internet Safety

As an Internet provider, Cox Northern Virginia partnered with NetSmartz and Fairfax County Public Schools for an Internet safety workshop at an elementary school. Over 400 students attended the presentation and signed an Internet safety pledge.

Preventing Drunk Driving

Cox Arizona and Connecting with kids educated over 150.000 local students on the dangers of drinking and driving through the program My Voice. My Choice: Shattered and its supporting materials.


Fun with Science

Cox Las Vegas made science fun with the Las Vegas Museum of Natural History's opening of Beakman's "World On Tour" exhibit. Cox invited students from two local middle schools to preview the exhibit and conduct "Beakman-style" experiments.

Save the Music

Cox Oklahoma's partnership with VH1's "Save the Music" Foundation contributed over $500,000 to restoring instrumental music programs. Additionally, Cox and the classical music organization Chamber Music Tulsa hosted an educational concert with hundreds of elementary and middle school students in attendance.