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Shoppers Raise $9,000 with Amazon for the Foundation

January 13, 2014

​Thank you to all the shoppers that visited Amazon through the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children’s link. We get a percentage of each sale – and for 2013, we raised more than $9,000! Keep in mind, the link is good ALL YEAR – please bookmark it and continue to use it for your Amazon shopping. …Read More

Baking For A Cause

November 11, 2013

At Bright Horizons at Bright Meadow, young children learn to help others. At Bright Horizons at Bright Meadow, the children don’t just paint, practice their handwriting and play. They learn empathy and how to be good citizens. Bright Horizons at Bright Meadow has a strong community feel and Cyndi Gallant, director, and her staff encouraged …Read More

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

Seattle Walk On Huge Success

For the fifth year in a row, the Seattle centers have hosted a very successful Walk On fundraiser for the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children. More than 20 centers and 200 people from Division 10 and Division 12 participated to raise more than $60,000.  Over the five years, the Seattle Walk Ons have raised more …Read More

Preschool Teacher Helps Children Understand Compassion for Others

October 11, 2012

I am Ethan Fabrycky from Bright Horizons Tyson Corner at Pinnacle Drive in Northern VA. I am the Preschool teacher and have been with Bright Horizons for 5 years. I volunteered to be the BFF (Best Foundation Friend or Foundation Champion) for our center because I suggested the goal of $1,250 and I wanted to …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

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

Truck Day event in MA a great success

Bright Horizons at Wellesley and the Wellesley Mothers Forum recently co-hosted their fourth Truck Day — an event that entertains and educates children about all the different trucks and vehicles that participate, shares information about Bright Horizons and the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children, and raises money to donate to the Foundation to help children …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

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