ALYCE ANNOUNCES ALYCE CARES
Our ALYCE CARES program reflects our civic responsibility instilled by our founder, Alyce Hamm. This program is dedicated to supporting worthy not-for-profit organizations, especially those that provide scholarships to students in the fashion industry or provide dresses to girls in distress, be it from unforeseen natural disasters, medically-related financial hardships, or health related illnesses.
"Kids Wish Network, Operation Glass Slipper, The Cinderella Project, and The Princess Project are exemplary organizations that help young girls attend their proms who otherwise would be unable to participate. Girls from all walks of life deserve the chance to feel beautiful, confident and special," said Claudine Hamm, Designer and Chief Operating Office of ALYCE Paris. These organizations promote girls self-esteem by enabling them to feel empowered and breaking the cycle of hardship. ALYCE Paris is proud to participate in this important work, added Hamm.
KIDS WISH NETWORK
Kids Wish Network (www.kidswishnetwork.org)is an international charitable organization dedicated to infusing hope, creating happy memories, and improving the quality of life for children having experienced life-altering situations. Kids Wish Network assists children and their families through several key programs.
OPERATION GLASS SLIPPER
Operation Glass Slipper (www.operationglassslipper.org) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing prom gowns and accessories free of charge to high school girls in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota area whose circumstances make it impossible for them to attend their prom. Since 2007 Operation Glass Slipper has outfitted over 5,410 girls for their proms.
THE CINDERELLA PROJECT
THE PRINCESS PROJECT
EVER AFTER GOWNS
DONATE MY DRESS
DONATE A DRESS
ALYCE Paris supports Anti-Bullying programs
Bullying is a problem that affects millions of students, and it has everyone concerned, not just the children on its receiving end. ALYCE Paris supports effective programs to reduce bullying that start with comprehensive training involving an open collaboration between students, parents, teachers and the local community. There is positive change in culture and climate when all parties get involved and take personal responsibility for standing up, speaking out and eliminating bullying.
Give students a voice, and make them an integral part of the process in creating sustainable change.