It’s rather odd to talk about the good you try to do every day. Some of it works, some of it is appreciated. And some of it doesn’t always work out as you expect it. But what makes Brightful and the people that are part of it so special, is that everyone is trying to bring something good and positive to the world each day. Whether it’s Milly’s passion for raising organic chickens, Richard’s passion for helping young creatives at the start of their careers through Winchester Creatives, our commitment to becoming a carbon-positive workplace or Julia’s focus on positive messages through street art with Medway Heroes.
It’s easy to be benevolent, when things are going well. But it can be much more challenging to do the right thing when the chips are down. After many years of working for large agencies the team behind Brightful wanted to do things differently, and do more good. And, let’s be honest, entrepreneurship is not an easy road to success and it’s easy to get carried away and become more self-absorbed.
And, we won’t lie. We’ve all had our moments along the way. But in reflecting over the last few years we all tried to do good in some way we knew we could.
In the last five years, Brightful has been able to support local charities and our communities through:
Bring on the next five years. More good. More positivity. We’re ready to sprint to that.