Yoga Gives Back mobilizes practitioners worldwide to channel their gratitude into empowering India’s women and children to create sustainable lives.
TOGETHER WE STAND AGAINST INDIA’S TOUGHEST SOCIAL ISSUES
1.5 million girls under 18 every year
1/5 of Men’s Income
Occur every 15 minutes
10 million girls will drop out of secondary education
Over the last 14 years, we have empowered over 2400 mothers and children in India.
Our programs advance women’s rights and interrupt the cycle of poverty by empowering women and children in India with basic education, scholarships for higher education, and microloans for businesses.
with micro loans
with care and education
with 5-year scholarships for
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This pandemic deepened the digital divide in India. Disadvantaged rural children, especially girls, have no computers and no Internet access, and have been unable to keep up with their studies. Numerous girls share one mobile phone as a group and share the data...
Pallavi lost her father when she was only one year old, and then her mother a few years later, when she was just five. After the demise of her parents, she and her sister, Usha, were entrusted to her aging grandmother’s care, and both the were enrolled at a...
“I have been and am a devoted student who travels to India for deep study often. India has given me so much and I want to give so much more back! I have seen the needs of its people, and I always want to help. I know that even the smallest effort makes a big...
YGB Ambassador MAKIKO KOBAYASHI Hosting a Sun Salutations online charity event in support of YGB (Japan)
YGB Ambassador @makinee.tokachi is hooting a Sun Salutations 20 times, online charity event in preparation for Yoganowa Tokachi @yogadaytokachi "108 Sun Salutations" charity event on Dec 19th. Virtual link is...
Schools in India are opening after 18 months of closure and the season of festivals brings hope of resuming business and work for many families devasted by the pandemic and lockdowns. However, hopes of returning to school for many children in India have been...
SHE Scholarship students develop innovative Protection Circle to curb rape and violence against women during the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. In recent article in BBC by, Geeta Pandey outlines a series of horrific rape cases since 2012 that illustrate the...