Party Time!

The DFW Birthday Brigade serves up birthday magic for

unsheltered youth in DFW. Parties include presents and

cake, of course, but also a hot meal and amazing

entertainment. It's an opportunity for a child to feel

recognized on their special day.

Beyond the Birthday
By cultivating a movement to help educate homeless youth,

DFW Birthday Brigade serves as a resource to inspire youth to successfully transition into society. Educating economically underprivileged teens can afford them greater chances of developing safe and healthy lifestyles.

As of September 2019 the DFW Birthday Brigade has served over 3,300 individuals, celebrated 521 birthdays, and held 84 parties! This represents 29% of the unsheltered youth of Tarrant County! Additional resources provided include: blankets, pillows, and sleeping bags donated to the birthday children.


Recognized by and participated in Fort Worth Mayor’s Week of Compassionate Service January 21-29, 2017.

Sundt Foundation grant winner, September 2017.

Annual Mixer 2019

Over 80 individuals attended our recent Mixer.


They heard testimonials from all four of our Partner agencies as well as from the young woman we sponsored at Tarrant County Community College.


Jocelyn Johnson will graduate in May and we all thrilled with the obstacles she’s overcome to obtain her degree! We raised almost enough funds to provide parties for the next year.


A good time was had by all!

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Providing birthday parties for unsheltered youth; offering encouragement, support, and programs to assist them in continuing their education.

With the advent of COVID19 we have needed to postpone our parties. However, we are planning on a Parade Thursday,  Dec. 3rd party for Presbyterian Night Shelter children.


We still cannot interact personally however we can show our support by providing gifts and waving from our vehicles. More details to come!  If deemed safe, in 2021 we will move to quarterly parties for ACH Child and Family Services and Presbyterian Night Shelter.