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Serenity House Bright Space in Portland, Maine Ribbon Cutting

January 4, 2018

We are proud to announce the opening of the Serenity House Bright Space in Portland, Maine! Serenity House, Inc. is a men’s residential treatment facility and the space will be used by the residents and their families during visits. A big shout out to our partner Kettlebells4kids and CrossFit Casco Bay who raised funds to …Read More


The YWCA Interim House in Detroit opens a new Bright Space

The YWCA Interim House in Detroit now has a second new Bright Space! The room will be used as a place for the women and children to relax and bond. They set up a Smart TV, rocking chair, children’s cozy corner with blankets, pillows, and books, and a large sectional. There are about 30 children there …Read More


Second Bright Space supported by Kettlebells4Kids opens at Pathways Family Shelter in Framingham, MA

November 9, 2017

Check out these awesome pictures from the recent opening of the outdoor Bright Space at Pathways Family Shelter in Framingham, MA! This is the second Bright Space at this location, with both spaces being funded by our partner Kettlebells4kids. The volunteers from CrossFit New England installed a new infant play cent er, tunnel climber, balance butterflies and turf. …Read More


Hurricane Harvey Children’s Fund Raises More Than $60,000 to Help Children and Families

September 21, 2017

More than $35,000  was raised through donations by Bright Horizons employees, Bright Horizons families, and others to the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children Hurricane Harvey Children’s Fund – then Bright Horizons matched the first $25,000 raised for a total impact of more than $60,000! After assessing our Bright Spaces in Texas, it was clear that …Read More


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


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


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


Pathways Bright Space Opens in Partnership with kettlebells4kids and CrossFit New England

September 20, 2016

Our newest Bright Space recently opened in the South Middlesex Opportunity Council’s Pathways Family Shelter in Massachusetts. The Bright Space was the result of a partnership between kettlebells4kids, an organization that raises awareness and funds to support the growing issue of child homelessness in the U.S., and CrossFit New England. Each year, together with The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children, …Read More


Durham Bright Space Gets Makeover

A team of staff from Duke Children’s Campus joined forces to help a Bright Space at the Durham Rescue Mission homeless shelter that was in need of furniture, storage and much-needed makeover. After receiving a Bright Space Grant, Twanika Caldwell, Ayana Rush, Caroline McCall, Hannah Boyd, Rachael Tonnenson, Jackie Brown, Jordyn Jackson and Nicole Turner …Read More


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