Transcript for Woman raises spirits with birthday parties for hospitalized kids
Now to a woman who turns hospitalized children's birthdays into fantastic parties that bring huge smiles to those who need them most. It celebrates her generosity in a very special way. For a child nothing is more exciting than your birthday but for ail Gail, her 10th birthday would be spent in the hospital. I was diagnosed with the lymphoma known as non-hodgkin's lymphoma. Then Stephanie. I'm the founder of the confetti foundation where we provide birthday parties for hospitalized children. She put together a sports themed party for the 13-year-old. I was like, wait, this is all for me? Stephanie evening taking it a step further convincing the new England patriots to put Abigail's name on their Jumbotron. It was honestly the best birthday I've ever had. Reporter: Abigail is just 1 of 10,000 celebrations made possible by the confetti foundation with more than 100 theme, Stephanie's party in a box movement is bringing joy during a difficult time. When you're there, it's very scary. I feel as though birthdays bring normalcy to children and families when they're in the hospital. Due to the pandemic, with hospital visits limited, demand has tripled. It's a much smaller party for the families but much needed party. Reporter: Now our sponsor lay's is sale greating Stephanie along with 30 others by putting their smiles on millions of bags of potato chips. Up to $1 million in proceeds going to "Operation smile" so others can smile along as well. A smile is Kong stage and happiness is a great feeling.
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