Why Kelly Kolterman Founder of Jala Clothing Supports Yoga Gives Back!

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Sun, October 2, 2016 12:00am

Why Kelly Kolterman Founder of Jala Clothing Supports Yoga Gives Back!

YGB is pleased to share a truly inspiring example of how YOGA businesses can support and make a true difference with YGB’s programs.

 
 

 


Kelly Kolterman is Founder & CEO of Jala Clothing.  Kelly is a yoga teacher, an entrepreneur, and a mother of two and started supporting YGB with Jala’s stylish design of Namaste tanks and T shirts, which have become very popular worldwide.

Jala clothing not only creates original designs, but Kelly also photographs all the marketing materials, promotes them online, as well as donating 100% of proceeds from its sales.
Kelly is a yoga teacher, an entrepreneur, and a mother of two. Kelly’s generosity does not stop there. She also has joined YGB’s monthly sustaining membership program as an Honorary Member with generous monthly donations.

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Why does Kelly support YGB?

"It often seems difficult to find a direct way to help people in other countries. The desire to help is real, but the challenge is to find a way to put this desire into action and effectively make a difference. I met Kayoko many years ago when YGB was just getting started. I was deeply moved by her vision and mission to help the mothers and children of India. I love the fact that her organization is helping these women by empowering them to build a sustainable life for themselves and for their children.

The idea of not just giving these women money, but giving them the ability to start businesses and empowering them to change their lives and the lives of generations to come, touched my heart. I instantly felt a deep connection to Kayoko, YGB, and the women and children involved."


Thus I wanted to support YGB not only on a personal level but also through Jala. Every Jala purchase supports Yoga Gives Back. I'm grateful to be a small part of this incredible movement."