The Birthday Party Project throws parties for kids who wouldn't otherwise get one.
Craig & Mandy O'Neill at a 2016 Birthday Party Project celebration
Calling all Factory Girls and Boys — it’s time to bust out the go-go boots and join Birthday Party Project founder Paige Chenault; event chairs Katy Taylor and Sam Jacobson; honoree Todd Fiscus; and the rest of the mod squad on Saturday, January 28, as they celebrate five years.
Chenault, who founded BPP as a way for every child to feel the joy of celebrating his or her birthday, has been bringing happiness to children in need, and, through her heartfelt organization, has thrown more than 3,000 birthdays with 19,000 kids in attendance.
Now, it’s time to raise a glass to the incredible Birthday Party Project and the team behind such a special cause. In true BPP style, it’s no surprise they would choose to mark the milestone with a party … the theme this year being ‘60s Mod.
Held downtown at The Bomb Factory, this swinging soirée will feature a strolling dinner with some of DFW’s top chefs, swoon-worthy auction items, an interactive paintball booth, and an after-party experience you won’t want to miss. To learn more about the wonderful work done at The Birthday Party Project and to purchase tickets, visit thebirthdaypartyproject.org. See you at the Factory!
Party A Go-Go … Here’s what you need to know-know …
What: The Birthday Party Project Turns 5
When: January 28, 7:30 p.m.
Where: The Bomb Factory
Tariff: Tickets from $150; sponsorships from $500