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Bethany Whitemyer, Director, Honored with Founders’ Grant

September 27, 2012

Bethany Whitemyer, Director of Bright Horizons at Pembroke, MA, was recently honored with a Founder’s Grant. The Gear Up for Winter program of Cradles to Crayons in Brighton, MA will receive a check for $5,000 in her name. Bethany says that working with Cradles to Crayons has been a great experience for her, her staff, …Read More

Center Combines Well Aware with Foundation Donations

August 20, 2012

These teachers at the Superior Children’s Center in Farmington, MO, successfully completed a fitness challenge while raising funds for the Foundation. Center Director Nicki Ballew was so inspired by the Walk/Run at the Leadership Conference this year that she challenged everyone to participate in a physical activity – walking, running, biking, etc. – for 25 …Read More

UK Nursery Creates Special Book for 4 Peaks Challenge

August 6, 2012

Lilli-Lamba and the Mountain Monster was created by children for children This Olympic year of 2012 is the year that Bright Horizons teams set themselves a mountainous challenge, to conquer the 4 highest mountains in England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales in order to raise money for the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children in Europe. And …Read More

25% was still a LOT!!

June 28, 2012

Elizabeth Boland, Bright Horizons CFO and Foundation Board member, shares her experience in the 4 Peaks Challenge, a fundraiser for the Foundation in Europe Just before 7:30 a.m. on June 23, I found myself standing in a bustling parking lot at the trailhead for Ben Nevis in the highlands of Scotland, as 49 of my …Read More

No mountain too high to help children

This June, Bright Horizons staff, management and nursery families in the UK and Ireland will undertake the 4 Peaks Challenge, climbing Carrantuohill in Ireland, Snowdon in Wales, Ben Nevis in Scotland and Scafell Pike in England. “Why are we climbing mountains?” asked Carole Edmond, Managing Director UK and Ireland. “We are doing it to help …Read More

A Special Valentines Day

The 32 pre-K students at TSYS Learning Center hosted a very special Valentine’s Day luncheon at their center. They invited residents at two assisted living facilities in their Columbus, GA, community to come for lunch (complete with cupcakes!) and then a project of making Why Knot? Comfort Blankets to donate to infants who need something …Read More

Four Peaks Challenge

In June 2012 a team of Bright Horizons staff, families and friends will be climbing the highest peaks in Ireland, Wales, England and Scotland to raise money for the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children. Any support – moral as well as financial – will be greatly appreciated. The first mountain to be conquered is Carrantuohill …Read More

Socks for the Soul

Bright Horizons centers in North Chicago and Northbrook, IL, and Ft. Belvoir, VA, joined together to collect more than 1,900 pairs of socks for families in need as part of their Adopt a Bright Space program at the Open Arms Food Pantry in Antioch, IL.

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