Alice has been working to make the world a better place through music for close to four decades. She has played more benefits than she could ever count for various causes including protecting the environment, Women's rights, LGBTQI rights, Indigenous/Native American rights, groups that work for racial equality, justice, and freedom for all. DiMicele has also has helped spearhead many benefits after disasters such as Hurricanes Maria and Katrina, the earthquakes in Haiti and Nepal and many other disasters as well as helping friends with health or other personal crises in need of financial support. Alice gathered and sent supplies to Standing Rock and helped raise money for Indigenous First Nations friends to be able to go and participate.
Alice is a founder and board member of Grandmothers Empowerment Project, a 501c3 that offers housing stipends to Native American elders in the Klamath Siskiyou Bioregion including Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim aka Grandma Aggie who is a founder of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers. If you'd like to offer a tax-deductible donation please mail a check to Grandmothers Empowerment Project 395 Granite St. Ashland, OR 97504 or use PayPal at http://PayPal.me/grandmothers Please note: we have no paid staff and are a 100% volunteer run organization. All donations, minus a very small adminstrative fee for the non-profit status, go directly to the elders we support. We do not rent an office space and the board members cover costs of mailing your tax-deductible receipts and other printing we do out of our own pockets.
Please help stop the Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline by supporting Rogue Riverkeeper, Rogue Climate, and Klamath Siskiyou Wildlands Center aka KS Wild. Three local Southern Oregon organizations that are working tirelessly to protect our region from this destructive pipeline among other dangers.