How to get involved

Since 2010, we have created and provided personalized birthday parties for 100+ homeless children per year. By supporting EOB, you are becoming a part of a community that recognizes the transformative power of birthday celebrations for homeless children...one that empowers their caregivers, and inspires moments of joy and happiness in the lives of homeless families. There are many ways to give to EOB. 

Volunteer

Creativity, adaptability, organization, care: key ingredients in the recipe that is the ideal Extra-Ordinary Birthdays volunteer. 
There are several ways you can join the EOB Team as a volunteer. * EOB parties typically occur the last Tuesday through Saturdayof every month.
 
Extra-Ordinary Party Volunteer-helping to decorate/set-up, serve snacks and cake, and entertaining kids through games and activities during Extra-Ordinary birthday parties. 
 
Extra-Ordinary Planning Volunteer-preparing games, activities, crafts, goody bags, and all other aspects of Extra-Ordinary birthday parties planning prior to party day. 
 
Extra-Ordinary Specialty Volunteer-providing specific services, such as face-painting to coincide with Extra-Ordinary party themes and enhance the birthday fun.
 
Additional volunteer opportunities in administrative capacities, social media and special events are also available. 
 
 

Fundraise

Amazon Smile

Support us in bringing hope to homeless children while you shop. Through AmazonSmile, you can order Amazon items as usual, but by selecting Extra-Ordinary Birthdays as your charity, 0.5% of your purchase will be donated to our cause. 

Razoo

Want to help fund our cause beyond your own donation? Want to get others involved? You can start your own fundraiser for EOB.

Goodsearch

Help us raise money to provide birthday parties for homeless children by searching the Internet with Goodsearch.com or shopping online with Goodshop.com. Enter Extra-Ordinary Birthdays as your cause.

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