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Brighton Once Again Ranked One of the Best Nonprofits to Work For!

Brighton Center NPT's Best Nonprofits to Work For 2021

Brighton Center has made the national list of the 2021 The NonProfit Times as one of the best nonprofits to work for.  One of three organization in Texas to make the list and only one in San Antonio.  Brighton ranked #31 overall and #12 in the medium organization category. Medium organizations, those with 50 to 249 employees, accounted for almost half of the 50 Best Nonprofits, with 24 honorees.

“Since the coronavirus pandemic was declared in March, 2020, Brighton has had to make many changes to continue offering services to the children, while creating a work environment to protect employees. To still make the list this year, means a lot.  It also means that our employees realize how much we value them.” – Kim Jefferies, CEO

As part of the Best Nonprofits To Work For process, The NonProfit Times works with Harrisburg, Pa.-based Best Companies Group (BCG). Participating nonprofits go through a battery of surveys, including employees, managers and outside vendors. There are 78 questions within eight categories that make up the Employee Benchmark Report (EBR), which compiles the percentage of responses that were “agree somewhat” and agree strongly.”

Previous rankings

  • 2021 – #31 overall/ #12 medium category
  • 2020 – #41 overall / #20 medium category
  • 2018- #28 overall /   #17 medium category
  • 2017 –  #30 overall / #16 medium category
  • 2016 – #5 overall / #2 in medium category
  • 2015 –   #42 overall/ #19 in medium category
  • 2014 – #24 overall/ # 10 in medium category

https://www.thenonprofittimes.com/report/covid-dei-response-to-civil-unrest-set-these-best-npos-apart/

Brighton Center Child and Parent Smiling

“Brighton offers families hope, caring, understanding, education and every bit of it is 100% from their hearts. Our daughter has benefited from ALL of the services that Brighton has to offer. They have become like another family to us and they will always be a part of our lives.“

MARY RUDY, Lulu's Mom