Bright Future International (BFI) | Helping Children Achieve a Better Future

Let me begin by saying that for every new Facebook “Like” Bright Future International receives, $1 will be donated to helping children in Kenya, Burundi, or Russia. A simple task that has a very significant impact.
What is Bright Future International? BFI is a charitable organization helping underprivileged children achieve a better future by promoting values like compassion, self esteem, the willingness to help others, and hope. BFI is committed to funding social and educational programs for children around the world.  
While reading about the Bright Future Studio in Russia: Let’s Give Children All We’ve Got  I thought of the three children to whom my mother is a Godmother. All three children, born in Russia, were adopted, very young by a close friend of my mother. If the children were to have stayed in their former circumstances their lives would have been far different than what they are now. The children were adopted to a couple with high designations who were able to provide them invaluable opportunities. Without going into too much detail they were born to a young mother and father. The mother was severely abused by their father and his abuse eventually turned to them. I can only imagine that Bright Future International would have been a wonderful opportunity for them to rise above their difficult circumstances. I am ecstatic knowing BFI’s services are available now for children like my mom’s Godchildren who might not have the option of adoption. 

There are 100 children studying at Oleg Mityaev’s Bright Future Studio. They are developing  their talents through music, acting and art classes taught by teachers who embody the qualities of positivity, compassion and love – which they in turn pass on to the kids. Additionally, the children go on field trips to help provide positive services for the community and meet positive role models in Russia’s artistic, technical and athletic community.

A 9-year-old Bright Future Studio student said, “My dream is for the whole world to be covered in flowers and for there to never be dirty streets and sad people.” With your support, the Oleg Mityaev Foundation can continue encouraging children to believe in their dreams!

Charitable organizations that help children always hold a high priority for me. When I lived near Washington, DC five years ago I worked for a national special educational children’s non-profit. For those couple of years I was thrilled to go to work everyday knowing that I might help change the life of a child.

When I think about the limitless opportunities available to my daughter I can only hope that each and every other child in the world have those same opportunities within their reach. Realistically we know that is not true but each of us has the opportunity to change that by helping an organization like Bright Future International.
Children are our future and should be our top priority and BIGGEST investment. 

Please don’t forget to visit and “Like” Bright Future International‘s Facebook page!
$1 will be donated to helping children in Kenya, Burundi, or Russia. 

For more information on Bright Future International you can find them on BrightFutureInternational.org, YouTube, and Twitter


“I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central for Bright Future International. A small donation to Bright Future International was made in my name from Mom Central as a thank-you for participating.”
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About Candice

Candice is a mom of three under 5. Originally from the smallest state of Rhode Island, now living in Connecticut. From working gal to stay-at-home mom, she is walking the path of the Modern Mom.

Comments

  1. awesome – thank you for sharing!

  2. $1 isn't much when you think how much money we waste daily be in on coffee or at the drive thru. I've been guilty of giving my daughter a dollors worth of change to toss in the fountain at our local mall. I'll definitely be rethinking that from now on. Thanks so much for sharing.

  3. Awesome… good things to keep in mind! =)

  4. THANKS FOR SHARING THIS 😉

  5. Thanks so much for sharing! What an important cause!

  6. Thank you for writing about this! What a great cause! I “liked” their Facebook page too! 🙂

  7. Thanks for the info. Going to like their page now. =)

  8. I love to read about various awareness causes. feel free to post this on my fb wall if you wish. Thanks for the info 🙂

  9. Love this. I have a friend who adopted a girl with Down Stndrome from the Ukraine. At age 5 they institutionalize these kids. It's so sad.

  10. Thanks for sharing this information!

  11. What a GREAT cause!!! “Liked” their page!! Thanks for this amazing post!

  12. What an awesome opportunity! Thank you so much sharing this information with us!

  13. Thank you for sharing this! This is such a wonderful cause. I think sometimes people take things for granted. These children don't get that luxury. I “like” the page.

  14. Liked, I noticed the first Facebook page doing this (likes for charity) was the NE Patriots prior to SuperBowl – seems to be the NEW thing now and a great idea too!

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