Nick Estrada (left), founder and CEO of Happy Birthday Inc., and treasurer Derek Dowell sort gift bags at the Salvation Army childen’s shelter in Kansas City. Happy Birthday Inc., which last month celebrated its first year in operation, provides birthday parties for area children who are in foster care.
Nick Estrada (left), founder and CEO of Happy Birthday Inc., and treasurer Derek Dowell sort gift bags at the Salvation Army childen’s shelter in Kansas City. Happy Birthday Inc., which last month celebrated its first year in operation, provides birthday parties for area children who are in foster care. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Nick Estrada (left), founder and CEO of Happy Birthday Inc., and treasurer Derek Dowell sort gift bags at the Salvation Army childen’s shelter in Kansas City. Happy Birthday Inc., which last month celebrated its first year in operation, provides birthday parties for area children who are in foster care. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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