Sanga Community Outreach

Sanga is a 501(c)(3)
non-profit.

Donations of any amount are graciously accepted. And, if you choose, you may specifically designate funds in the memo line of your check.

Please send to:

Sanga
3333 Federal Blvd
Denver, CO 80211

PranaYoga has a mission of outreach to the community and therefore coordinates with an affiliate non-profit called Sanga. Sanga offers educational opportunities in the Vedic Sciences and supports the needs of the Yoga community through active spirituality.

Not-For-Profit Organization: Sanga

Sanga focuses on supporting the yoga community and maintaining the integrity of Vedic Science education. We deeply appreciate your support. Sanga does this through fundraising, scholarships, and networking. Our outreach includes an ongoing scholarship program for students registering for Vedic Science programs in Colorado, Om Radha Krishna Fund, Jai Bhagwan House in India, PranaYoga Building Fund, and other coordinated projects.

Sanga & Students: Robert and Norma Johnson Scholarship Fund

Our Robert and Norma Johnson Scholarship Fund helps to support yoga teachers to access yoga educational opportunities by providing additional money to explore their yoga journey. Please contact us for a Scholarship Application to be reviewed by our board. Donations specifically to this fund should have Scholarship Fund in the memo line of the check.

Sanga & Swamiji: Om Radha Krishna Fund

We are happy to be honoring Yogacharya Dharmananda (Swamiji) as a host for some of his programs and a channel for donations. Donations toward Swamiji may be designated to Om Radha Krishna Fund in the memo line of your check.

Further Community Outreach

Both Sanga and PranaYoga believe in fostering connections throughout the community. The program below helps us extend our outreach.

Additional Local Non-Profit Support: Yoga for the People

A grassroots, volunteer-run organization that relies on the support of the yoga community to match volunteer instructors with nonprofits who help unserved, underserved or at-risk people and to provide community-based donation only classes. In addition, YFP provides support and education for yoga teachers choosing the path of yoga in service to those in need, and research and evaluation on the benefits of yoga. They offer availability of partial scholarships to their volunteers. Visit their website through linking here and contact them for more information.