BNHC is raising funds for Covid-19 support to India

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On Sunday 27th June we are offering an extended Sunday morning yoga class to raise donations to support Covid-19 relief efforts in India.

Brighton Natural Health Centre pledges to match fund donations that help us reach the £300 target. That's £1 for every £1 donated, up to £300. Your money will go twice as far!

The crisis brought about by Covid-19 in India is devastating. Acknowledging that many of the movement practices we offer at BNHC are rooted in Indian culture, we want to do what we can to help and call on the brilliant BNHC community to join us in supporting this cause.

Instead of making your usual booking into class, the class will be bookable without charge and we ask that you instead make a donation to this cause.

Join us for Yoga with Pablo Wilson - Sunday 27th June 10-11.30am.

There are two different booking options, so you can attend either at the studio (limited spaces) or online via zoom. Book via our timetable.

If you are unable to attend, we still welcome donations to sponsor the class and raise funds.

We're supporting GiveIndia in their Covid response efforts:

THE PROBLEM

While the pandemic has wreaked havoc in our lives last year, we have been in very difficult times since April, 2021 with Covid cases climbing up rapidly and the medical infrastructure crumbling to handle that. While the initial relief efforts were heavily tilted towards taking care of the acute shortage in medical equipment and consumables (oxygen cylinders and concentrators, ventilators, drugs and medicines etc), the need now is moving towards the basic-need interventions of hunger and financial relief for those who have lost lives of their loved ones due to the pandemic.

OUR SOLUTION

Supporters from across the globe are helping Give India by creating fundraisers to provide food to the hungry and a direct one-time bank transfer to an underprivileged family that has lost a loved one to Covid.

In food, with the help of our non-profit partners, we are providing meals and ration kits in urban and rural slums and areas that are still reeling under lockdowns. Each meal will be a nutritional platter comprising healthy staples like rice, daal, vegetables, chapati and more. Rations kits will contain daal, rice, salt, oil, atta, masala, tea, sugar etc.

For families that are recovering from a Covid tragedy, we will be initiating direct bank transfers to families of the deceased through our trusted NGO partners, to try and ease the pain for the first few weeks. Each bereaved family will receive a one-time humanitarian cash support of ₹30,000 to help with living expenses.

Please back this fundraiser so that together we can build a better world for all of us.

We close the fundraiser on Monday 5th July.

About The Beneficiary Organisation

On Sunday 27th June we are offering an extended Sunday morning yoga class to raise donations to support Covid-19 relief efforts in India.

Brighton Natural Health Centre pledges to match fund donations that help us reach the £300 target. That's £1 for every £1 donated, up to £300. Your money will go twice as far!

The crisis brought about by Covid-19 in India is devastating. Acknowledging that many of the movement practices we offer at BNHC are rooted in Indian culture, we want to do what we can to help and call on the brilliant BNHC community to join us in supporting this cause.

Instead of making your usual booking into class, the class will be bookable without charge and we ask that you instead make a donation to this cause.

Join us for Yoga with Pablo Wilson - Sunday 27th June 10-11.30am.

There are two different booking options, so you can attend either at the studio (limited spaces) or online via zoom. Book via our timetable.

If you are unable to attend, we still welcome donations to sponsor the class and raise funds.

We're supporting GiveIndia in their Covid response efforts:

THE PROBLEM

While the pandemic has wreaked havoc in our lives last year, we have been in very difficult times since April, 2021 with Covid cases climbing up rapidly and the medical infrastructure crumbling to handle that. While the initial relief efforts were heavily tilted towards taking care of the acute shortage in medical equipment and consumables (oxygen cylinders and concentrators, ventilators, drugs and medicines etc), the need now is moving towards the basic-need interventions of hunger and financial relief for those who have lost lives of their loved ones due to the pandemic.

OUR SOLUTION

Supporters from across the globe are helping Give India by creating fundraisers to provide food to the hungry and a direct one-time bank transfer to an underprivileged family that has lost a loved one to Covid.

In food, with the help of our non-profit partners, we are providing meals and ration kits in urban and rural slums and areas that are still reeling under lockdowns. Each meal will be a nutritional platter comprising healthy staples like rice, daal, vegetables, chapati and more. Rations kits will contain daal, rice, salt, oil, atta, masala, tea, sugar etc.

For families that are recovering from a Covid tragedy, we will be initiating direct bank transfers to families of the deceased through our trusted NGO partners, to try and ease the pain for the first few weeks. Each bereaved family will receive a one-time humanitarian cash support of ₹30,000 to help with living expenses.

Please back this fundraiser so that together we can build a better world for all of us.

We close the fundraiser on Monday 5th July.

About The Beneficiary Organisation

credit-cardAll credit/debit cards
net-bankingNet Banking
upi
phonepay
gpay
paytm