Work has started on our next Bright Space in Northampton, Northamptonshire. No related posts.
We have been deeply moved by the tragedy at Grenfell Tower and felt compelled to something to make a difference to the children and families affected. We worked with Bright Horizons nurseries and offices across the country that filled more than 100 boxes with donations from staff and families at locations including Manchester, Surrey, Cambridge …Read More
Huge thanks to the pre-prep children, staff and families at Wellingborough School who raised £1,400 in Walk On, to create a Bright Space garden at a local domestic violence refuge! Here are some of the children with their medals! All the funds raised will purchase toys and equipment for the children at the refuge to …Read More
Congratulations to Pauline Bedford from Bright Horizons Families UK in #Oxford. Pauline has been awarded a £250 Volunteer Grant in recognition of her volunteering for Style Acre, a charity for people with learning disabilities. (Pauline is pictured with the blue dragon fly at a recent Day Centre visit) No related posts.
Massive thanks to the team from Heyland Spratt: Michael Handley, James Leverton, Scott Davies and Richard Newell who cycled the South Downs Way yesterday, to fundraise for us. The team completed the ride in 12 hours! Incredible! No related posts.
Bright Horizons Foundation for Children conducted our 2017 annual partner survey in March, to evaluate the impact of our Bright Spaces on our partners, and the children and families we collectively support. Almost half of our partners responded, from a cross section of organisations, including homeless shelters, domestic violence refuges, prisons and the police service. …Read More
The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children has celebrated the opening of its 50th Bright Space, which opened at Wormwood Scrubs Prison at the end of February. The Foundation and its volunteers have transformed the prison visits hall into an enriching, fun, and child-friendly environment for children visiting their fathers and male relatives. The prison asked …Read More