BrightView is deeply committed to the betterment of the communities in which its employees live and work. BrightView empowers its employees to help their neighbors, and identify opportunities where BrightView can donate time, expertise, materials and financial resources in support of just causes
BrightView Fund for Social Justice
BrightView created the BrightView Fund for Social Justice to help communities address the consequences of social, economic and racial inequality. All team members are encouraged to identify organizations in their communities that are focused on social justice. An internal board of directors, selected from various functions and service lines across the company, is tasked with reviewing the nominations and approving to support each organization’s mission.
Recipients of the Fund include:
- Anchor House
- Bay Area Gardeners Scholarship Foundation
- Black Girls CODE
- Boys & Girls Club of Philadelphia
- Brookside Community Development Corporation
- California Conservation Corps Foundation
- Center for Employment Opportunities
- Chester County Opportunities Industrialization Center
- Concerned Parents of Color of West Hartford
- Feeding Tampa Bay
Natural Disaster Relief
In times of crisis BrightView retools its resources and people to provide critical aid to those on the front lines. BrightView team members drove into the southeastern Texas region hit by Hurricane Laura, and provided clean-up equipment and non-perishable food items. In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey, Maria and Matthew, team members put their skills and resources to use and helped the devastated communities during search and rescue missions and clean-up efforts.
BrightView Supporting Communities through Landscaping
Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia
BrightView donated and installed 100,000 square feet of new sod (plus a year of free maintenance) at Independence National Historical Park in a partnership with the U.S. National Park Service.
Tranquility garden at Marjory Stoneman High School
Following the tragic events of February 2018, BrightView assisted students of Marjory Stoneman in installing a tranquility garden on school grounds, including a hydroponics display and butterfly garden.
BrightView was named trade partner of the year in 2019 by HomeAid Atlanta, a nonprofit organization that builds and renovates housing facilities for organizations serving families and individuals experiencing homelessness in the metro Atlanta area.