Brighton based yoga teacher, Jo Torode, to hold class in aid of street children’s charity:

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A yoga teacher from Brighton is holding a charity class this June to raise funds for vulnerable children who live on the streets of Kolkata, India.

Jo Torode will hold an online Mindful Yoga class on Tuesday, 11 June at 7:30pm in aid of The Hope Foundation for Street Children (HOPE). Those interested can sign up to the class for just £10:

Jo said: “HOPE is a truly wonderful charity doing vital work that not only changes, but saves, lives. Supporting its work through my teaching has been both a joy and privilege to me and my students.”

The class will form part of the charity’s Yoga for HOPE campaign, and donations will go towards HOPE’s life changing programmes.

HOPE was set up in 1999 to restore human rights to disadvantaged street-connected children in Kolkata, India, who are vulnerable to abuse, exploitation and trafficking. During its 25-year history, the organisation has touched the lives of 3 million individuals in the city.

HOPE Head of Fundraising Juliette Whittaker said: “The yoga community continues to show unwavering compassion and support for our charity. We are very grateful for their commitment, and I would encourage others to find out more about our Yoga for HOPE movement.”

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