We are founded on one very simple belief: Every child and adult deserves the opportunity to reach their fullest, brightest potential among their peers and within their community; which is exactly why The Bright House Foundation is dedicated to providing funding to organizations within Alabama which serve those with special needs.

The Bright House Foundation presents:
All Things Birmingham
June 20th 6 - 9 PM

All Things Birmingham

GoodFellas, a local Birmingham Band will be performing their Jazzy Magic. Hor's Deorves will also be served by local area restaurants from around our Magic City! Some of the auction items will include art work from various local artists, historical items from Birmingham buildings and businesses plus other items and experiences that make Birmingham unique. There is even a Beautiful Cadillac that will go to the highest bidder! Join us for a Magical night of Birmingham Fun!


All children and adults with special needs will have the opportunity to thrive and experience life in their own community.


The Bright House Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Tony and Nancy Kurre in 2009. We serve Alabama communities by creating, supporting, and enhancing the services provided for children and adults with special needs, allowing full participation in education, community activities, and daily living.

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The Bright House Foundation 501 (c) 3 Non Profit Corporation is in no way affiliated with Brighthouse Networks.

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Congratulations to the following recipients of
The Bright House Foundation Grant

Families with Special Needs Children Christmas Drive, UCP Birmingham, The Arc of Jefferson County, AIDB, Shelby County Arc, The Exceptional Foundation, Walker County ARC, Blount County ARC, Helen Keller Institute for the Deaf and Blind, Shelby County Schools Special Education Department, natural disaster victims in Alabama who have special needs, UAB International Adoption Clinic, UAB Center for Low Vision Rehabilitation and Sight Savers of America.