The “Life is Beautiful” foundation will be selecting a candidate every three months to undergo aesthetic procedures and counseling to transform these people into such role models that they should become able to inspire other people in the society.
Orrange County, CA. (PRWEB) February 22, 2012
Dr. Michael Niccole, one of the leading liposuction Newport Beach surgeons has joined hands with a team of fellow cosmetic surgeons and dentists to form “Life is Beautiful”. The said project is founded in a joint effort with the Magic Mirror Charitable Foundation and its mission is to offer support to victims of hardship and abuse.
It is a sad fact that cosmetic and corrective plastic surgery is often the biggest need of people that are in the least position to afford it. Realizing this fact, Dr. Michael Niccole and other notable surgeons from Orange County decided to act upon it and do their bit to rectify this situation. Since the most valuable thing they had to offer was their skill, they decided to form this charitable foundation and try to have a positive impact on the lives of victims of unfortunate circumstances.
A majority of patients that these doctors treat belong to a community that is relatively prosperous and can easily afford expensive cosmetic or plastic procedures. Dr. Michael Niccole and his fellow doctors in the foundation will be donating their skill to people less fortunate than their usual clients in an effort to improve their self-confidence, spiritual sense of well-being enable them to have an optimistic outlook towards life.
The “Life is Beautiful” foundation will be selecting a candidate every three months to undergo aesthetic procedures and counseling to transform these people into such role models that they should become able to inspire other people in the society. Sheryl Brackley, the first candidate to undergo this process describes herself “the perfect example of an extreme survivor. Before the age of one, she was abandoned on a street corner with her brother and sister. Her childhood was one of physical and sexual abuse by adopted parents; by the time she was in her mid-teens, she had found her birth mother, a drug-addicted prostitute who proved only to be a new source of abuse.
Brackley had her first child at the age of 16. Brackley’s disabled brother ended up in prison for killing their abusive adopted parents, and her sister continued a long descent into drug addiction. Brackley, now 43, has four daughters. “We needed to get a new start, and that is what we did,” Brackley writes. “Now my girls have made great new friends, are in great schools, and an awesome church. They truly have a bright future. Now – it’s my turn! I am ready!”
The foundation is organizing a charity fundraising event on February 25th, 2012 from 4:30 pm to 9:30 pm in Newport Beach, California with the help of CosmetiCare, the renowned center for liposuction in Newport Beach. This would be a black tie event featuring hors d’oeuvres, desserts, cocktails, raffle prizes, acrobatic aerial show, modern ballet dance, and live music performances. Rsvp at 866-620-5252 or by email to SMaitlen(at)CosmetiCare(dot)com.
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