A benefit event to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Harvey and Irma. Together we can make a difference while bringing awareness to the greater issue at large.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have affected tens of millions of people in the last few weeks. Homes and infrastructure have been destroyed. Tens of thousands of people and animals have been displaced. Crops lost. This event follows a broader trend of increasing extreme events. In just the last year, catastrophic infrastructural damage, deaths and financial losses were caused from floods in the Bangladesh, Niger, Nepal, and Peru; while droughts and fires of El Niño affected 60 million people across the African continent. We can’t stop natural disasters, but we can reduce the impact of poor urban design, preparadness and inequality.
Climate change exacerbates circumstances.
On September 24th we will come together to build a beautiful community; discover tools to restore and rejuvenate the internal ecology of our body, mind and heart; celebrate and act.
• Yoga practice with Heidi Michelle
• Conversation with climate change conservationists and specialists.
• Speakers Kyle Chandler-Isacksen of Be The Change Project
Suggested donation: General ($15), students ($10) or ANY AMOUNT you are able to offer.
All welcome, regardless of your ability to pay or yoga experience. We love the Humans!
Can't make the event? Donate here: https://donate.sbpusa.org/checkout/donation?eid=82630
All proceeds will go to local organization St. Bernard Project working in heavily effected areas in Houston, with low-to-moderate income homeowners, including marginalized groups (children, elderly, disabled), veterans and under- and uninsured. They aim rebuild better, enhancing resilience and innovation to reduce risk. Independently rated 93.66 by Charity Navigator. http://sbpusa.org/