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For the cost of one class, you can change a life.
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
Women’s Income 1/5 of Men’s Income
Occur every 15 minutes
10 million girls will drop out of secondary education
Over the last 15 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 higher education
Join the Force of OneMilionYogis
In 2022, while many of us are blessed to have yoga practice that sustains us at this difficult time, our fund recipient women and children in India face enormous challenges for their lives due to Covid-19 Second Surge Crisis and the devastation caused by catastrophic Cyclone Amphan in West Bengal last May.
Now more than ever, we are called to take action.
Worldwide, an estimated 300 million practicing yogis drive an 80-billion dollar industry. If a fraction of this can be redirected to empower the underserved women and children in India, we can effect a real change, especially at this challenging time.
Here are easy ways to get involved.
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