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Bright Space sponsored by LSI opens at Corder Place in Houston, TX

August 21, 2017

A new Bright Space just had it’s ceremonial ribbon cutting at Corder Place in Houston on Saturday August 12th. This particular Bright Space was graciously sponsored by Landscape Structures Incorporated through the 2017 Bright Horizons Golf Tournament.  Special thanks to LSI for their generous donation and to the Houston Bright Horizons back-up team, who we are …Read More

Bright Space opens at Chicago’s Cook County Jail

August 9, 2017

Typical Bright Space locations include homeless and domestic violence shelters and even hospitals. Yesterday, however, a Bright Space was opened in the waiting area of the Cook County Jail in Chicago, not generally a child-friendly space. The Bright Space opened inside of Division 5, the jail’s administrative hub, where bond is collected and families sometimes …Read More

Bright Horizons at the American Center creates Bright Space at YWCA in Madison, WI

July 28, 2017

Check out these awesome photos from the ribbon cutting of the at the YWCA in Madison, WI. Bright Horizons at the American Center created the Bright Space for the children and families at the agency. The new toys and furniture will surely help to make the children’s program a higher quality play and learning experience. Thank you …Read More

Congratulations to this year’s Greenman Gift recipient!

July 19, 2017

The Greenman Gift, which provides a one-time grant to one child care program each year to improve environments, was awarded to St. Luke’s Community House in Nashville to create a learning lab on their playground. This grant, given out by the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children, was created in memory of Jim Greenman, a visionary …Read More

Second Bright Space completed at Jennings Group Home for Girls

July 12, 2017

We are so happy to announce the opening of a second Bright Space at the Jennings Group Home for Girls, which is part of Shelter, Inc. in Illinois. Two Bright Horizons centers, the Early Education Center and the Takeda Center for Child Development, came together to work on this project that was also funded by a grant …Read More

A new outdoor Bright Space in Waltham, MA

June 28, 2017

Congratulations to Jane Gibbons, Project Manager of the Bright Spaces Program, and her volunteer team on the completion of her very own outdoor #BrightSpace project at a shelter in Waltham, MA, where Jane has been volunteer for Horizons for Homeless Children at this location for many years. The remodeling included replacing and reorienting the play structure to make more space …Read More

Announcing New Partnership with Too Small to Fail

June 23, 2017

We are excited to announce our new partnership with Too Small to Fail, a public awareness and action campaign promoting talking, reading, and singing with young children to promote early brain and language development. Too Small to Fail is a joint initiative of the Clinton Foundation and The Opportunity Institute. Our partnership will include using …Read More

Goldman Sachs Makes Puppets for Children

June 15, 2017

Back in April, Goldman Sachs participated in conducting a Brightening Lives Activity at locations nationwide for their Bring your Child to Work Day. The children of the employees had a great time creating the puppets and theaters that were then delivered to local Bright Spaces. They also enjoyed writing cards to go to the children …Read More

New Hope Names Foundation ‘Volunteer Partner of the Year’

June 7, 2017

The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children received the “Volunteer Partner of the Year” Award from New Hope, Inc., of Attleboro, MA. The award was accepted by Jane Gibbons, Bright Space Project Manager, on behalf of the Foundation. With the financial support of Kettlebells4kids, volunteers from Bright Horizons at Foxboro opened a Bright Space playroom for …Read More

Bright Space Opens in Partnership with kettlebells4kids

Welcome to our new Bright Space at New Hope, Inc., a shelter serving sexual and domestic violence victims in Attleboro, MA. This Bright Space is the third Bright Space we have opened with our partner Kettlebells4kids. Thanks especially to Amanda Chace and CrossFit Torque and to Emily Bascom and her staff at Bright Horizons at …Read More


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