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Tue, April 15, 2014 12:51pm
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This beautiful and colourful ‘Thank You’ card was sent to Yoga Gives Back from Pavana and reads ‘I am very grateful for your support. Thank you for being there for me’. Pavana’s parents were well educated, with professional careers. Unfortunately, when Pavana was born, her mother developed a mental illness which resulted in Pavana’s farther deserting them both. Sadly, the mental illness caused... read more
Tue, April 8, 2014 7:15pm
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With your support,  we are adding 110 mothers to our direct funding program  “Sister Aid” for a total of 220 mothers who receive micro loans through YGB’s local partner NISHTHA in West Bengal.  In total, YGB will be funding over 500 mothers and children in 2014, more than doubled since 2013!
Eleven mothers at Nishtha Shakti group received loans of 2000 rupees to start their own... read more
Thu, April 3, 2014 10:58am
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Puji is one of 20 children which your kind donations enable Yoga Gives Back to support through it's direct funding program ‘Sister Aid’ at the Deenabandhu Trust. Puji comes from a poor family and both her parents had sadly passed away by the time she turned just 6. Now 11, Puji and her sister (13) have been living at the home for 2 years and are doing well. Puji is known for her 100%... read more
Mon, March 24, 2014 3:34pm
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Meet Swetha, one of Deenabandhu Trust’s newest family members.  Swetha became a resident in June 2013.  Life did not start well for Swetha; her father was an alcoholic who would often abuse her mother, sister and Swetha, and although her mother managed to break-away from the relationship, she was unable to support both Swetha and her sister. Her mother asked if both Swetha and her... read more
Thu, February 27, 2014 1:15pm
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This beautiful ‘Thank you’ card is sent from Urja, one of the 20 children at the Deenabandhu Trust Home and reads ‘I am very grateful for your support. Thank you for being there for me’. Your kind donations enable Yoga Gives Back’s ‘Sister Aid’ to commit to funding the full cost of Urja’s fees at the home for a minimum of  5 years.  ... read more
Wed, February 19, 2014 11:33am
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Viveka made this ‘Thank You’ card for Yoga Gives Back and it reads ‘I am grateful for your support. Thank you for being there for me.’   As you can probably assume from the soccer ball and big smile in the photo, Viveka is an active girl with a beautiful smile. Viveka became a full time resident at the Deenabandhu Children's Home Karnataka, India in 2011.Like... read more
Sat, February 15, 2014 11:24am
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 “Nari Shakti” Village Group, West Bengal, India  With 2000 Rupees , micro loan from YGB’s “Sister Aid” direct funding program    With the help of our program a group of 10 women in the Indian village of Nari Shakti received 2000R distributed by our NGO partner NISHTA through YGB’s direct funding  program SisterAid ... read more
Tue, February 11, 2014 2:02pm
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Yoga Gives Back is very fortunate to receive beautiful ‘Thank you’ cards from each of the 20 children at the Deenabandhu Children's Home Karnataka, India . Your kind donations and support enables ‘Sister Aid’ to commit to minimum of 5 years of funding for each of the 20 children. The card shown below, which reads ‘I am grateful for your support. Thank you... read more
Wed, February 5, 2014 7:08pm
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  This beautiful ‘Thank You’ card is sent from Trayi and reads ‘I am grateful for your support. Thank you for being there for me." Trayi sent this beautiful card to Yoga Gives Back, so we could forward on her gratitude to all the kind people who have contributed towards funding her cost of living at the Deenabandhu Children's Home Karnataka, India. Without... read more
Tue, January 28, 2014 12:44pm
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Sohni's father left shortly after her birth, as he was already married, Sohni and her mother were left without any financial support and lived for several years on the streets. When Sohni was aged just 6, her mother left her and she became a resident at the Deenabandhu Trust Home. As you can see from her picture, she is a beautiful addition to the home and is known as a soft and silent... read more

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