Behind every child’s smile in this photo is a story of unimaginable hardship. But they are all glowing with love and hope thanks to your support.
Please read the story of Anjali below, one of 32 children YGB supports this year at Deenabandhu Home, Chamarajanagara, Karnataka. These children have absolutely no other place to go and your contribution is truly life-changing.
Just $500 can sponsor one child for an entire year with a loving home and good education. Watch YGB FILM “Deenabandhu Home: Love & Acceptance” to learn more about this home and its founder Prof. Jayadev.
For the cost of one class, you can change a life!
Can you become a real champion for more than 2400 mothers and children we support this year?
Anjali arrived at Deenabandhu Home when she was 4 years old. She was the daughter of a single mother who was suffering from health ailments. Looking at the health conditions of the mother and her living conditions, Anjali was taken under the care of Deenabandhu home. Anjali adjusted pretty soon to her new life at Deenabandhu home. She is very silent by nature and flashes one of the most innocent smiles. She is now in 6th standard and also learning Bharatanatyam dancing. She enjoys preparing, rehearsing and performing dance on with her peer groups. Anjali went through a very tough time in 2021 when her mother succumbed to her illness, during the pandemic. However, with the support of her caretakers and friends at Deenabandhu home, she is coming to terms with this immense loss. GIVE BACK
Welcome our new member for Board of Directors
Mark Billings is the Founder of Mosaic Development Consulting, bringing nearly 20 years of experience in campaign management and nonprofit consulting to the YGB Board. He has provided fundraising counsel to educational, social service, and religious institutions throughout the United States, and has secured over $225 million for organizations he has served. His particular expertise is in development strategies, prospect research, and data analysis. “Yoga Gives Back helps build awareness, community, and gratitude among yogis throughout the world while helping women and children in India. A global community practicing gratitude and graciousness is inspirational, and I’m happy to play a small part in helping YGB to further its mission.”
Welcome New Global Ambassadors
|Michelle El Khoury Pennsylvania, USA
|Nubia Teixeira California, USA
|Anjali Deva California, USA
|Lisa Rennie Scotland
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Launching a historic new project to empower 2000 girls and women with 100 computers and training in rural villages of West Bengal.
(Project Image by Nagaraj, YGB Scholarship Art Student)