Bright Horizons Foxboro has been working together with Bright Horizons Foundation for Children to open a bright space. Bright Spaces
are warm, safe, enriching places in homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, and other agencies for children and youth experiencing homelessness or other crises to:
- build caring relationships
- heal from trauma through play and
- experience the joy of childhood.
On December 17th the space was officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony! We joined some wonderful people who donated their time to help create this space including Jane Gibbons the project manager of the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children and Amie Owens the founder of kettlebells4kids.
Check out some pictures
from the event!