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Inspired by the experience of her godson, whose premature birth required considerable hospitalization, Stephanie Frazier Grimm wanted children in similar situations to enjoy real birthday parties. The Confetti Foundation has celebrated more than 4,000 children in 170 hospitals since its founding. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Inspired by the experience of her godson, whose premature birth required considerable hospitalization, Stephanie Frazier Grimm wanted children in similar situations to enjoy real birthday parties. The Confetti Foundation has celebrated more than 4,000 children in 170 hospitals since its founding. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Stephanie Frazier Grimm | The Confetti Foundation founder and president Having started two successful businesses (Mama & Bambino and Couture Parties), I knew it was time to fulfill my passion-project idea, The Confetti Foundation, a charity that would supply birthday parties to hospitalized children. With any business, entrepreneurs fear comparison and failure. Fortunately, I didn’t…

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