Executive Director Jim Hirsch responds to the recent backlash against social emotional learning (SEL)
See how your support helped to make a difference in the lives of thousands of Chicago children and youth in 2021.
Watch the recording of the virtual event hosted in honor of Trauma Informed Awareness Day
New Leadership for the Next Chapter
Join Bright Promises for a free virtual event on 12/7 @ 11:00a and learn how empowering youth and supporting youth-led activism can help BIPOC children and youth heal from the trauma caused by racism
Hundreds of friends, partners, and supporters gather in-person and virtually for the celebration of Bright Promises 2021 Awards
A special announcement from Bright Promises Foundation
West Monroe employees helped create opportunities for Chicagoland children and youth at the 11th Annual Charity Golf Outing
Learn how social emotional learning can help youth thrive during the return to in-person instruction.
Bright Promises is seeking an Executive Director who can help bring the organization to the next level
Save the date for the 2021 Awards celebration on Tuesday, October 19
EQUIP remains a strong, effective, and needed source of support and is unique in its focus on quality improvements at early childhood education centers serving low-income children between the ages of birth to five.