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#SocialParenting: Share Valentines on Instagram & Support Children in Need

#SocialParenting: Share Valentines on Instagram & Support Children in Need

Is your family making Valentine’s Day crafts? Share the love! The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children is teaming up with Pottery Barn Kids to celebrate Valentine’s Day and support children in need – and we want you to join us! Get involved online or in stores to help families in need this Valentine’s Day.

At Home: Share Your Valentines on Instagram

Valentine's Day CardDownload this printable Valentine’s Day card and share it on Instagram using #pbksharethelove. For every creation shared on Instagram between February 6 – 14, Pottery Barn Kids will donate $1 to the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children to support the Bright Spaces program.

See more details and start Instagramming your valentines today!

In Stores: Attend A Valentine’s Day Card Making Event

Stop by your local Pottery Barn Kids store between February 6 – 14 during normal store hours for Valentine’s Day card making activities for kids. Your child will be able to create two special valentines: One to take home for someone they love and one to give away to a child in need. The handmade cards your family creates will bring smiles to the faces of children at one of our nearby Bright Space playrooms, located in the same community as your Pottery Barn Kids store.

Valentine's Day card making at Pottery Barn Kids

More about the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children

Bright Horizons Foundation for Children LogoWhat does the Foundation do? The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children is a nonprofit organization focused on brightening the lives of children, youth, and families experiencing homelessness and other crises through creating and supporting Bright Spaces.

What is a Bright Space? Bright Spaces are warm, enriching play spaces in homeless shelters and community agencies where children, youth, and families in crisis can build caring relationships and experience the joy of childhood.

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