Mission and Culture

Brightspot was founded with giving back to the community at its core. Through ongoing, concrete actions, our purpose is to get our employees off the sidelines to join hand-in-hand in bringing joy to the lives of others, while gaining a greater understanding of our community.

Through 29 projects over 12 months, Brightspot impacted more than 5,735 lives and provided employees with over 550 opportunities to give back.
After being on hiatus due to the pandemic, the Brightspot Unified Challenge made its much awaited return in conjunction with the Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am.
In June, a group of Brightspot employees traveled to Orlando to help facilitate over 1,000 award ceremonies to celebrate the incredible accomplishments of athletes from across the United States and Caribbean at the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games.
From July 18-20, 2022, golfers from around the world gathered at Pinehurst, North Carolina, to compete in the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open. Over the three-day tournament, male and female golfers with differing abilities showcased their remarkable talents and perseverance.
Through 28 volunteer projects in 2021, Brightspot impacted over 6,000 lives and provided employees with over 380 opportunities to give back.
On behalf of our valued customers, Brightspot purchased, built and donated 100 new bicycles for local children in need this holiday season.
It's been almost a year since the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down. Without the usual chance to enjoy lunches, social events, coffee breaks and other in-person office activities, here are a few ways Brightspot has been trying to foster a sense of community among our remote teams.
We’re excited to begin a new chapter to redefine and reintroduce Brightspot—no longer just the name of our platform, but now the name of our organization—as a true partner that helps content businesses move forward.
With many people out of work and struggling to make ends meet, the Brightspot team came together to do what we do best–getting off the sidelines to help those who need it most.
In 2019, Brightspot's calendar of volunteer activities, as well as scope of giving and enthusiasm for the company's overall mission, grew immensely.
Brightspot QA Engineer Austin Fairchild describes what it was like to meet Special Olympics athlete Daina Shilts at the sixth annual Special Olympics X Games Unified Race in Aspen, CO.
Giving back is core to Brightspot’s mission year round, but the holiday season, in particular, provides many additional opportunities for our employees to make a difference throughout our community.
Special Olympics recently launched a healthcare website aimed at helping individuals with intellectual disabilities. See how they’re trying to change lives.
A group of Brightspot volunteers headed over to Buzz Aldrin Elementary School earlier this month to help the school expand its ability to provide outdoor learning experiences.
For the past two months I have worked as an intern at Perfect Sense, producing content for the Perfect Sense website and Inspire Confidence. The amount of trust and responsibility I have been given has provided me with newfound confidence in my writing and interpersonal skills.
Brightspot employees worked alongside the next generation of innovators this past Thursday at the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington’s 25th Annual Thingamajig Invention Convention.
Yash Trevedi and his teammate Tyler Lagasse were cautiously optimistic about catching up to their competition. Then the unthinkable happened.
What began as a vision of raising awareness about a single word has grown into a global campaign to promote inclusion for all.
For more than a decade, we’ve set the standard for community involvement by engaging our employees in efforts to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.
Established in 2013, the Perfect Sense Unified Challenge, is a week-long event that combines championship-level golf with unique learning opportunities.
From the mountains of Austria to the coast of Puerto Rico, our employees traveled around the world to make a difference.
A team of employees traveled to San Juan to build and distribute bicycles to children impacted by Hurricane Maria.
Teenagers from around the country teamed with wounded veterans and Special Olympics for a week of golf in Washington, D.C.
In recognition of our efforts, the YMCA presented Brightspot with the 2016 Youth Development Award at its Annual Celebration.
Jordan Spieth visits Perfect Sense headquarters to meet the team responsible for designing and building JordanSpiethGolf.com.
From the banks of the Chesapeake Bay to the playing fields around Los Angeles, Perfect Sense made a difference in 2015.
Brightspot employees work together to assemble bicycles for the YMCA’s 21st Annual Thingamajig Invention Convention grand prizes.
Two teenage golfers from The First Tee, a Medal of Honor recipient, and a Special Olympics athlete tee off with Jordan Spieth.
Employees from Brightspot participate in the Tiger Woods Foundation STEM Career and College Conference.
Spieth announces his newest professional relationship with Perfect Sense to help him establish a web presence and a mobile app platform.
On June 24th an incredible collection of golfers from The First Tee participated in the Perfect Sense Pro-Am

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