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11th March 2017, 12-13.30pm

at Brighton Natural Health Centre 

This event has now taken place you helped to raise over £500!!

Thank you to all those who participated in this event either by joining us in 108 Sun Salutations or by showing support through donations - We hope to see you here next year!

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On the 11th of March 2017 the Brighton yoga community rolled out their mats to do 108 Sun Salutations (or best efforts) to support Yoga Stops Traffick and The Odanadi Seva Trust.

Yoga Stops Traffick is a one day, worldwide community yoga event run by volunteers to raise awareness about human trafficking and much needed money to support its victims. The money raised will go directly to Odanadi Seva Trust.

The event starts promptly at 12noon, and lasts just under one hour! Previous attendees have asked friends and family to sponsor their 108 challange! You don't need to do the whole 108 just do what you can :-)

Donation page: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/yogastopstraffickbrighton

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/211348929340613/

The event is hosted in partnership with YogaBase Brighton and Sophie Cleere Yoga

About Yoga Stops Traffick

Yoga Stops Traffick is a one day, worldwide community yoga event run by volunteers to raise awareness about human trafficking and much needed money to support its victims. The money raised will go directly to Odanadi Seva Trust.

About Odanadi:  Odanadi is an NGO based in Mysore India. Over the past 26 years they have rescued more than 4200 women and children from within Karnataka, other states and other countries as well. They have carried out more than 109 brothel raids in conjunction with police, and brought more than 224 traffickers to justice. They house over 150 young men, women and children in their two rehabilition centres in Mysore.

They rehabilitate and educate their residents along with using training enterprises to encourage the residents to become financially independant. Last year, the funds raised helped provide a roof over the head of 95 children at Odanadi Seva Trust rehabilitation centres. Yoga Stops Traffick participants helped pay for food, electricity, running water and contributed to the salaries of 22 social workers, psychotherapists, administrative and educational staff.

http://www.odanadi.org/

http://www.yogastopstraffick.org/

 

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