Celeste Corcoran, who works at a salon on Boston's Newbury Street, and her daughter Syndey were struck by shrapnel as a result of the deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon on April 15. Tragically, Celeste had both her legs amputated below the knee and her daughter's legs were torn up by shrapnel. Alyssa Carter started a fund at Go Fund Me for Celeste and her family to try to help. Says Anna R. Costa, a stylist also from Boston, "Celeste is a very kind, generous, sweet woman, always having something nice to say about everyone. It's now our turn as our fellow is down." To donate, please visit http://www.gofundme.com/CelesteandSydney.