Bridge to OM – Yoga on the Field Fundraiser to Benefit Bridge to Home

by | Jan 2, 2019 | Community

 Join Villa Vibes Yoga and the Santa Clarita community in helping Bridge to Home make their dream of a year-round homeless shelter a reality. Let’s fill an entire football field with Yoga, Love and Giving Back!
The event is on March 2, from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. (doors at 8:30 a.m., yoga 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.) at the College of the Canyon Football Stadium.
Our vision is to fill a football field with as many participants as possible to share a yoga experience, enjoy a day of health and giving back, connect with community, and raise funds to help our neighbors move from homelessness to housing.
All proceeds will benefit Bridge to Home Santa Clarita Valley and their efforts to provide life-changing services to homeless individuals and families.
All experience levels are welcome and encouraged to join us for yoga on the field. Even if you have never tried yoga, you can participate. There are several ways you can get involved…
Sponsor the Event: Sponsorship opportunities are available in four tiers. This is the perfect opportunity for businesses to give a donation to a worthy cause while reaching our community and advertising with our event. We also have space for several vendor booths the day of the event. Booths are included with all sponsorship levels, or you can do this exclusively for a $150 donation plus one item to donate for raffle and/or silent auction
Take the Field & Participate: Individual tickets are $30. Encourage your friends, family, organization, or business to get together and participate as a group; raise funds as a team, and wear your gear on the field to represent your own school colors!
Book sponsorship or vendor booths, purchase individual tickets, and participate in crowdfunding by visiting the BTH website www.btohome.org.

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