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Natalie Williams, Director, Receives Gleason Grant

Please join us in congratulating Natalie Williams, former Director at Military Trail and now Director at 20 Pine, for being honored with a Gleason Grant. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will receive a check for $250 in her name.

While at Military Trail Natalie created a center community event including raising funds for JDRF, creating a Ride for the Cure event, classroom activities to raise awareness of Juvenile Diabetes to children and families enrolled in the center, raising over $500 and bringing all families together to support the cause.

The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children provides grants to nonprofit organizations where our employees volunteer to make a difference in the lives of children and families.