Karma Krew's 4th Annual
Peace by Peace
One People ~ One Cause ~ One Month
Uniting Together to Support Yoga Outreach
TO REGISTER NOW:
Click "Start Fundraising" at the top of this page. Registration is quick and easy and there is no "required" fundraising minimum. Please select the 4th Annual Peace by Peace Yogathon as the event you are registering for. Be sure to indicate which Non-Profit Partner you are supporting if other than Karma Krew.
TO SPONSOR A FRIEND:
Under the EVENTS section on the upper right corner of the page select Karma Krew's 4th Annual Peace by Peace Yogathon. You will then be on the main page for the event where you can click on the FUNDRAISERS tab at the top of your page to search for your friend. Click on their page. Make a donation. Thank you for your support!
TO BECOME AN AMBASSADOR STUDIO OR TEACHER:
If you would like to be a Peace by Peace Ambassador and help us get the word out to your students, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE ELIGBLE FOR FABULOUS PRIZES FROM OUR SPONSORS:
Bella Luna Yoga
Caribbean Yoga Conference
I Love Yoga
PARTNERING NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS:
Kula for Karma Little Flower Yoga
Om 4 Youth Akasha Project
Yoga G The Lineage Project
Yoga Activist Sprout Yoga
Community Yoga Austin Swan River Yoga
Caribbean Yoga Conference Seva Scholarship Fund
About Karma Krew:
Karma Krew is a yoga-based 501(c)3 nonprofit. Our Peace by Peace Teaching Corps is working to bring yoga programs into such environments as shelters for abused children, the homeless, and victims of domestic violence as well as addiction recover centers, assisted living facilities, and prisons. To learn more or if you are interested in joining the teaching corps, click here.
Karma Krew has also created community service initiatives to help support local charities. Karma Kastles is one such program with this year's event supporting Children's Home Society, Loggerhead Marine Life Center, Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary, Busch Wildlife, and Jupiter Lighthouse Arts Center as well as Karma Krew. To learn more about the Community Karma Krew initiative, click here.