Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, NYC

October 15th, 2010

10-15-10Alice Hair, and it’s first class staff on the Upper East Side of New York, is one of the tens of thousands of groups devoting their time and resources to supporting this noble cause and dressing in pink as well.
From the moment I met Alice McCarney, owner of Alice Hair, her wonderful Irish brogue filled the air with inspiration for One Million Acts of Kindness. A woman who came from Ireland with a dream, has reached success and knows the importance of giving back, by staying in touch with her Irish roots. She helps with the homeless and is on the board of The Flawless Foundation. Our common kindness connection is kids, as The Flawless Foundation helps care for kids with mental health and neurodevelopmental challenges. I’ve extended my stay in New York City to be her guest at a two day seminar she is helping to sponsor called Think Kids by J. Stuart Ablon PhD. it’s Director.
Alice McCarney does much more than cut hair, she is also an angel to children.

2 Responses to “Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, NYC”

  1. Well said – We agree that Alice McCarney is one extraordinary advocate and philanthropist. So thrilled to have you at the conference.
    In Kindness Together

  2. Tara Dixon says:

    Alice is an angel.
    And evidentally the laws of attraction are in full force.
    Looking forward to meeting you at the Collaborative Problem Solving conference.


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