School Partnerships

Bright Holidays works with school principals and teachers in the community to identify those in need of clothing, food, school supplies and other necessities.

Bight Holidays Schools in Jacksonville

Schools Supported in Jacksonville

Currently, Bright Holidays supports students at forty-five Jacksonville schools. The Board of Directors anticipates that this list of schools will change over time based on the success of fund-raising efforts and the identification of those in need.

Elementary Schools

Arlington Elementary

Arlington Heights Elementary

Bartram Springs Elementary

Brentwood Elementary

Carter G. Woodson Elementary

Cedar Hills Elementary

Chet's Creek Elementary

Englewood Elementary

Gregory Drive Elementary

Hyde Park Elementary

John A. Crookshank Elementary

John E. Ford Elementary

John Love Elementary

Kings Trail Elementary

Lake Lucina Elementary

Neptune Beach Elementary

Oak Hill Elementary

Pickett Elementary

Pine Estates Elementary

Pinedale Elementary

RV Daniels Elementary

Ramona Elementary

Reynolds Lane Elementary

Rufus E. Payne Elementary

Ruth N. Upson Elementary

S.P. Livingston Elementary

Sadie T. Tillis Elementary

Sallye B. Mathis Elementary

San Jose Elementary

St. Clair Evans Elementary

Timucuan Elementary

Twin Lakes Elementary

Windy Hill Elementary

Middle Schools

Alfred Dupont Middle

Gamble Rogers Middle

Highlands Middle

Kirby Smith Middle

Lavilla School of the Arts

Matthew Gilbert Middle

Pace Center for Girls

Young Women & Men Leadership Academy

High Schools

Andrew Jackson High

Pedro Menedez High

William M. Raines High

Special Education

North Florida School of Special Education

Like to See Your School Listed?

If you're a school administrator, teacher or parent in Duval or St. Johns County and would like to bring joy to students in need at your school, please contact us.

What Others are Saying about Bright Holidays

“Thank You, Thank You, Thank You”! A single mother of three shared that this was the first time they were able to have a real Christmas with gifts and a Christmas dinner since relocating to Jacksonville three years ago. Another parent was in tears when I presented the gift card for Winn Dixie. She kept repeating, “You don’t know how much we need this”. This is what Bright Holidays is all about. She was laid off from work and wasn’t sure how she was going to feed her children.


Gregory Drive Elementary

One of our recipients is homeless and living in a hotel. When the gifts were delivered to her, the mom was so emotional. She gave us a huge hug and cried while she thanked us and told us how much that meant for her and her daughter. They are currently having a rough time and Bright Holidays was a true blessing.


Chets Creek Elementary

Every step in the Bright Holidays program was well organized, and enjoyable to participate in. It was simply amazing to see the thousands of items on sorting day! Sorting out the items was a wonderful experience, smooth, quick, and efficient. It was with great joy, that we were able to see our students wearing and using gifts that were wrapped for them. It was clear that this program provided things for each student that they would otherwise not have. This program exists to provide children with joy, and that was well achieved!


Neptune Beach Elementary