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Center Connects Partners to Benefit Children

Everyone likes a win-win situation. That’s why Northridge Hospital Children’s Center in California recently connected two of its partners to benefit children. It was a win-win-win! Northridge’s Adopt A Bright Space partner is Miriam’s House Bright Space. They also have an ongoing relationship with the students at the University of LaVerne’s Child Development Program. Director …Read More

Kids at Bright Space Get Bikes

A the Bright Horizons Client Conference in April 2013, nearly 100 of our corporate clients came together to tie Comfort Blankets and build bicycles for the Bright Space at St. Peter St. Joseph orphanage in San Antonio, affectionately known as St. P.J. When 12 children from St. P.J. walked into the conference room where the …Read More

Center Team Adds Teen Bright Space for Agency Partner

Through Adopting a Bright Space, center teams can continue to make a difference with their agency partner. Like the Takeda Child Development Center and their Bright Space partner WINGS in Illinois. The team opened a Bright Space for younger children in August 2011. Then, kept in touch with them. Lisa Schipp, administrative assistant, says, “Originally, …Read More

Bright Space Makeover in Atlanta

The Children’s Campus at Alston & Bird in Atlanta celebrated its 10th anniversary by coming together to do a Bright Space makeover on a Bright Space at Nicholas House that had become outdated and developed some structural issues. The volunteers laid new flooring, reframed doors, and even constructed a new window. Parent and employee ultimately …Read More

Adopting a Bright Space for Easter

Laura Arblaster, a field marketing specialist for Bright Horizons, has adopted the Bright Space at Trevor’s Place in Philadelphia. For Easter, she and her friend Jen decorated eggs with the kids at the Bright Space on Friday, and then she and her boyfriend Dan helped with an Easter Egg hunt. If you are a Bright …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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