Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Children’s Center Featured in The Hollywood Reporter

Teacher reading to children at center

July 17, 2019 – The Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Children's Center was featured in a Hollywood Reporter article highlighting the center’s history of providing the needed supports for working families in Hollywood. With its innovative vision in 1991, this center operates with extended hours necessary for those who work in an industry with non-traditional schedules.  

Ashley Cullins writes: “The Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Children’s Center now cares for more than a hundred children of industry employees and — despite largely flying under the radar — like any quality Hollywood business, there’s a waitlist. The colorful West L.A. center is operated by Bright Horizons, serves children from 8 weeks to 6 years old, and is one of few places in town to offer 12-hour care.”

Read the full story here.