Capitol Hill Community Post | Bright Horizons at Seneca St. collects Diapers for the Community

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BRIGHT HORIZONS AT SENECA ST. is giving back to Seattle as part of their mission to help those in need in the community.  The center recently collected over 2,250 diapers which will be donated to Northwest Harvest and St. Mary’s Place to help local babies in need.  The center’s long track record of providing the highest-quality child care and early education is coupled with a commitment to support children and families in need in communities where center employees work and live.

“We can give children the best start in life by providing them with a caring and nurturing environment.  That environment starts with a community where teachers and families support each other and where they work together to support those in need.  It teaches children the most important basic lessons of respect for others and service to the community,” said the center’s director Jamie McMurdie.

Children at the Bright Horizons at Seneca St. get that start in life with a professional faculty and Bright Horizons’ unique early learning curriculum for children.  The World at Their Fingertips program for learning offers each child a world full of discovery opportunities guided by skilled teachers who recognize each child’s individual strengths and helps them to learn, grow and live fully.  Engaging programs, teach skills in language, math, science, art and other skills.  And The World at Their Fingertips’ newest program Toward a Better World addresses the importance of tolerance, respect, understanding and giving back to the community.

The Bright Horizons at Seneca St. is located at 1002 E. Seneca St., Seattle, WA.

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