Alice’s House exists because of the generosity of our community. We have had many investors, ambassadors and advocates that have taken the opportunity to support a mission they very much believe in. Your support can take many different forms — and all are equally appreciated for the value they add to the existence of Alice’s House.
Donate to our PayPal account online. Donations are secure and we will not share your name with any other organization. Donations can also be mailed to Alice’s House at PO Box 681, Humarock, Massachusetts, 02047
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Although difficult to encompass the true essence of Alice’s House without experiencing it yourself firsthand, please take a moment and view a brief snapshot of the house and its unique amenities. Alice’s House has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, three different decks and a fully open kitchen and living space. The house has a light and open feeling with a whimsical and energetic vibe. Unique art installations donated by individuals in our community add to the heartbeat of Alice’s House. We invite you to visit our menu above to enjoy each room.
We are grateful for your interest in Alice’s House and happy to continue the conversation about what Alice’s House means to our community.
Our mailing address is:
Alice’s House, PO BOX 681, Humarock, MA 02047
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“How I miss the wonderful gatherings at Alice’s House. I know MANY groups benefitted from it, but I attended Jay O’Callahan’s workshops over and over. The simply beauty of this place at the beach, where we could gather and laugh but also touch the sacred beauty of the sea and the rocks. I remember the basket of heart-shaped stones, and what it was like to gather and eat a meal with all 16 of us when you counted Jay, his wife Linda, and maybe a few extra visitors.
We went deep in our stories and images. We felt the depth of human connection. It was a very special place. I’d be happy in my own small way to help rebuild it!”
“I loved that night on the beach. Jay, you told a story about a time when you were in the Navy that involved moving a Coke vending machine. We were all entranced!”