Yoga for Hope

This year HOPE celebrates its 25th Anniversary.  Over these 25 years, Yoga Community has shown unwavering compassion and commitment to HOPE’s cause. HOPE was founded in 1999 by Irish humanitarian, Maureen Forrest, to provide protection for 13 girls who were at high risk of abuse, as living on the streets of Kolkata.

Today, HOPE implements 57 projects in Kolkata including four creches, 10 Residential Childcare Centres and a state-of-the-art hospital which serves marginalised communities.

Since 1999, HOPE has helped nearly 3 million marginalised street-connected and slum dwelling people. Including 2,900,000 individuals who have received healthcare services. 97,000 children who have received educational support. 15,435 children and adults who have been protected from abuse and neglect. 10,633 young women and men who have received life-changing vocational training. 33,935 families who have been supported through HOPE’s emergency programmes. Donate HERE.

Join YOGA for HOPE

I am helping raise awareness and donations for the Hope Foundation along with other Yoga Teachers like Simon Low, Christina Gill, Caroline Biddle, Jo Torode, Fiona Agombar, Dawn Lister and more. You too can join us in raising awareness by teaching a class and donating funds or attending a class. Visit Yoga for Hope to join online, in person for this special event!

Donate HERE.

I have offered three classes which all the funds raised go to supporting Yoga for Hope! Check them out and spread the word!

Published on June 2, 2024