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Africa Yoga Project programs use yoga as a vehicle for transformation to inspire change, empower communities and create economic stability for youth in Kenya. Each week, AYP-employed teachers reach thousands of people in free classes held in places such as schools, community centers, orphanages and prisons. Africa Yoga Project programs serve populations with special needs, such as the hearing impaired and blind. In addition to yoga classes, the Africa Yoga Project organization allocates resources to scholarships, food programs, building projects, medical assistance, and employment. All of this is made possible through your generous contribution.

 

Make a tax-deductible donation and lead the change

  • $10 provides clean drinking water for 5 of our free outreach classes. 
  • $30 sponsors one sign language interpreter to empower 20 deaf children through yoga.
  • $50 buys 20 yoga mats for one of our free outreach classes.
  • $75 provides one yoga class and one free lunch for 30 female prisoners.
  • $125 funds a month salary of one Africa Yoga Project teacher to empower others through yoga
  • $1000 sponsors 4 Kenyan youth in a comprehensive and transformational week long yoga teacher training.

Your support makes a real and immediate difference. Your donation will help us provide direct services to communities, as well as train more teachers to continue this important work. Thank you!

Donate by mail

Africa Yoga Project
c/o Jitasa
1750 W Front Street
Suite 200
Boise, ID 83702

 

Support Africa Yoga Project with your American Express Rewards Points

Members Give program allows you to use any American Express Card to make a donation to Africa Yoga Project. Donations can be made in dollars or, if you enrolled in the Membership Rewards program of American Express, you can redeem your points for a donation. Your dollar donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and you will receive an immediate e-mail receipt. Donate through American Express today!

 

Your donation will fund classes such as the Langata Women's Prison outreach. The outreach program is a powerful way to reach out to over 5,000 people per week, sharing the power of yoga.