“I want Liforme to be a leading example of how a business can be socially responsible. Our partnership with Yoga Gives Back offers us the chance to meaningfully support a wonderful organization that is already doing amazing work to counter poverty in India. Think what we’ll be able to accomplish when one million yogis come together!”

~ James Armitage
CEO and Founder

 

“It takes a village.”

Yoga Gives Back receives a broad range of support from a diverse set of individuals and corporations. Their commitment and loyalty helps us achieve our mission to empower women and children in India with sustainability.

This year, we launched Annual Partners program to invite corporations who truly share YGB’s mission. We can give back so much more if more corporations join us and create effective impact in our #OneMillionYogis campaign.

We are thrilled to announce that LIFORME leads this program with their belief in YGB’s mission.

LIFOIRME will provide not only financial support but also creative and strategic planning with YGB.

Liforme is the highest quality and most green yoga mat company based in London, UK. In 2016, I met James Armitage, Founder of Liforme at Om Yoga Show, London where our partnership started and grew. We are truly honored that Liforme has joined YGB’s Annual Partner with the biggest financial commitment as well as creative and strategic support as #OneMillionYogis.

LIFORME designated YGB in its “Social Justice” partner to give back.

“Through this official partnership with Yoga Gives Back, Liforme is committed to helping YGB raise significant funding for our life-changing projects. Liforme is also providing resources and support to help us spread our global reach and advance our goal of raising awareness and funds to alleviate poverty in India.Yoga Gives Back’s initiatives now help provide loans to poor mothers, send orphans and young girls to school, and fund higher education opportunities for young adults. By joining YGB’s Million Yogi Campaign, Yogis around the world can make a difference to real people in Yoga’s Motherland.”