Thrive Global partnership with Bright Horizons

United in a Common Cause

Read about the First Responders First program, a joint effort with Thrive Global, the Harvard School of Public Health, and CAA, offering child care where it is most needed.

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Helping Frontlines Get to Work

In centers around the country, teachers care for children, so parents can care for patients.

Caring for Children

Thanks to our heroic teachers

Caring for Patients

Frontline workers tell their stories

Covid19 daycare advice from Dr. Kristen Moffitt

New Video: Expert Guidance on Child Care Safety

Explore our policies on face coverings, daily health screenings, and safe distancing, which we developed on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, state and local public authorities, and our health expert, Dr. Kristin Moffitt, a pediatric infectious disease specialist from Boston Children's Hospital.

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Resources for Life at Home

From stress relief and tips for caring for elders to child-led activities such as cooking and STEM exploration, we offer resources to help you care for your children, elders, and yourself.

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Bringing the World Home

From Our Classroom to Your Living Room

We invite you to explore our library of enriching activities from Bright Horizons educators to enhance your child’s learning and engagement at home

Find activities and resources for parents of infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school-aged children in the Bright Horizons World at Home.

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Supporting Our Employees

For the many in and out of Bright Horizons who have asked how to help our teachers, the Employee Relief Fund (ERF) supports members of the Bright Horizons family struck by personally catastrophic situations, such as Covid-19.