The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children officially opened the first of two Bright Spaces with the Depaul charity in Brent on 26th June. The Bright Spaces provide beautiful play environments for homeless mothers and children, who are being supported by Depaul. The Bright Spaces will be used by homeless single mothers and their young children, …Read More
Safety_at_Home_MAY2018 Check out these helpful tips for keeping children safe at home, compiled by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents. No related posts.
We officially opened a new Bright Space for children at the ellenor hospice in Dartford on Wednesday 14th February. The Bright Space is a carefully designed creative therapies area for children with life-limiting or life threatening conditions to engage in play and music therapy, and find comfort and distraction from pain or distress. “Creating a dedicated …Read More
The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children officially opened a new Bright Space for children at Salisbury Women’s Refuge on 1st February 2018. The Bright Space is located within the family room at the refuge and provides an inviting and homely play area for the children. It includes a home corner for role play, books, art …Read More
Determined to be fit? Exercise and fresh air are hugely beneficial to your mental and physical well-being; you could do even more good by combining being active with fundraising for Bright Spaces! To get inspired check out http://www.parkrun.org.uk/ to find out about free 5K running events in parks all over the UK. There are no …Read More
In this short video, our Bright Space Manager talks about her experience of creating Bright Spaces. No related posts.
Hear the story of how our Bright Space was created for Eve, at their domestic violence refuge. No related posts.
Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we were able to provide hundreds of women and children with gifts at Christmas! No related posts.
Every year we support our local Bright Spaces and communities by collecting and distributing gifts for vulnerable children and families at Christmas. Here are our tips: Identify your local partner, for example a local Bright Space, domestic violence refuge or homeless shelter Find out the numbers and ages of people they are supporting Ask for …Read More
In Emily’s blog, Emily Harris writes about how we can talk with children about the work of the Foundation and our Bright Spaces. Emily is the Foundation’s Development Manager, and mother of two children aged 6 and 4. No related posts.