SoHo Yoga collects a gold coin donation for mat hire that is distributed to local or relevant charities on a quarterly basis. In the 2017 financial year SoHo students raised a total of $3,369. This financial year we are well on track to reach our target of over $4,000 in donations to our chosen charities.
jan 2018 - mar 2018
2018 has been designated the 3rd International Year of the Reef so we are delighted to announce all monies raised in the Jan - Mar quarter will support Queensland's very own Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef Foundation exists to ensure a Reef for future generations. They are a charity dedicated exclusively to protecting the Reef through raising funds for scientific research.
OCT 2017 - DEC 2017
In recognition of World Mental Health week which takes place each October, $983 raised in the last quarter of 2017 will once again go to support The Black Dog Institute. The Black Dog Institute is a world leader in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder.
JUL 2017 - Sept 2017
We're delighted to have raised $1,132 for the Vikas Project in our Jun - Sept quarterly campaign. Vikas Project (meaning growth & development) is a registered India NGO providing education, medical, housing and art programs to families in tent camps, in the beautiful desert city of Pushkar in Rajasthan.
APR 2017 - JUN 2017
Our Apr - Jun campaign raised $902 for Stop The Traffik. Australian based Stop The Traffik believe people shouldn’t be bought and sold. They exist to bring an end to people trafficking in the fashion, fishing, tea and chocolate industries.
jan 2017 - Mar 2017
The beneficiary of our Jan - Mar campaign was the Preemptive Love Coalition. SoHo students raised $925 to help bring relief to families fleeing war in Syria and Iraq, help refugees rebuild their lives, and provide lifesaving medical care for children in conflict zones. "Together we can heal hearts across enemy lines."
oct 2016 - dec 2016
The recipient of $850 raised in our Oct - Dec campaign was Hummingbird House. Hummingbird House will be Queensland's only children's hospice providing world-class respite and end of life care for children with a life-limiting condition and their families.
Jul 2016 - Sep 2016
Our Jul - Sep campaign raised $692 for Micah Projects Inc. Micah Projects provide a range of support and advocacy services to individuals and families in Brisbane including the Brisbane Homelessness Centre, Lotus Place and the Brisbane Domestic Violence Service.
Apr 2016 - Jun 2016
The recipient of $747 raised in the Apr-Jun quarter was Animals Australia. Animals Australia is Australia’s foremost animal protection organisation. Their mission is to investigate, expose and raise community awareness of animal cruelty.
Jan 2016 - Mar 2016
An incredible $1,100 was raised in the Jan - Mar quarter in support of The Red Cross 'Refugees & Asylum Seekers in Crisis' campaign. Funds raised will allow Red Cross to expand their humanitarian work to improve the plight of asylum seekers and refugees across Australia.
Oct 2015 - Dec 2015
The recipient of $604 raised in our Oct - Dec quarterly campaign was The Black Dog Institute, world leader in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder.
Jul 2015 - Sep 2015
The recipient of $573 raised in our Jul - Sep quarterly campaign was Smiling Mind. Smiling Mind is a web and App-based meditation program designed to improve the lives of young Australians.
mar 2015 - jun 2015
In direct response to the tragedy in Nepal, $945 raised in the Mar - Jun period was donated to the UNICEF Nepal Earthquake Children's Appeal.
Dec 2014 - Feb 2015
The recipient of $410 raised in our Dec - Feb quarterly campaign was FHEAL. The Friends of HEAL Foundation exists to provide creative arts psychotherapy to young people of refugee backgrounds in Brisbane schools.
Sept - Nov 2014
The worthy recipient of $350 raised by SoHo Yoga students in our first quarterly campaign was So They Can. So They Can supports the education and empowerment of communities in Africa SO THEY CAN break the poverty cycle, enabling them to meet their own needs and become self sufficient.