Community Involvement

At BrightSpring, we believe that everything we do, every service we provide, should not only benefit our clients, but also their communities.

That is why all BrightSpring™ operations are actively involved in community service projects. The company’s Best In Class® quality assurance program includes the Community Service Challenge, which was launched on the company’s 25th Anniversary in 1999. It challenges each BrightSpring operation to participate in at least 10 community service projects annually. Those who attain that goal receive special recognition and a plaque that can be displayed at their offices. The Challenge has grown consistently since its creation with more operations meeting the challenge year over year.

We encourage our community service teams to include both our employees and the people we support, who gain a valuable opportunity to grow by interacting with their communities to help others. Community service also gives the public a positive representation of the people we serve, whether they are individuals with disabilities, aging seniors or at-risk youth.

Special Olympics. BrightSpring also has a longstanding commitment to our local Special Olympics organizations. The company is now the presenting sponsor of Special Olympics fundraisers in six states (Kentucky, Texas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, West Virginia and Indiana) with plans to continue expanding our involvement.

We strongly believe in helping the communities we serve, so we made it a vital part of our Mission Statement.

A woman in scrubs hugs a seated older woman
A woman in scrubs hugs a seated older woman

Our Mission

Making a difference in people’s lives and communities.