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Coalition to Unchain Dogs

The Coalition works in the heart of the communities that have the least access to services and information, those most truly under-served. Many of their clients are struggling every day with poverty and the issues that accompany poverty, such as lack of access, information, and positive messaging. By removing barriers and building trusting relationships, The Coalition to Unchain Dogs creates a bridge to reach new and often overlooked neighborhoods of pets and their owners.  The Coalition is an almost all-volunteer organization, meaning that donations go directly to helping unchain and spay/neuter dogs.

Karma yoga (Sanskrit: कर्म योग), (also known as Buddhi Yoga) or the “discipline of action” is based on the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, a sacred Sanskrit scripture of Hinduism. Of the four paths to realization, Karma Yoga is the science of achieving perfection in action. Selfless action and service to others are emphasized in this type of yoga. Karma Yoga is selfless service unto humanity. If you have a favorite charity, that you would like to see Be Yoga feature, please email Michelle Seymour, michelle@beyogaclt.com.

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Volunteer or Donate

Stay tuned for details coming soon about a Be Yoga coordinated group volunteer activity!

Donation Class

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About Coalition to Unchain Dogs

The mission of Coalition to Unchain Dogs is to improve the welfare of dogs living in under-served communities as well as dogs continuously chained outdoors by offering information and free services, including wellness care, spay/neuter, vaccinations, and fences. Through providing nonjudgmental assistance and building relationships within the community, this organization bolsters connections between dogs and their human companions. They help to elevate the human-dog bond, and begin to change the way individual dog owners and entire communities see the dogs in their lives.

Happy Autumn!  We hope everyone enjoyed a relaxing, fun summer and found time to get to the pool, build sandcastles, and enjoy the warm weather.  September and October are fantastic months full of cool days and colorful leaves to inspire your practice. We’re excited to be partnering with the Coalition to Unchain Dogs organization and eager to support them.

The mission of Coalition to Unchain Dogs is to improve the welfare of dogs living in under-served communities as well as dogs continuously chained outdoors by offering information and free services, including wellness care, spay/neuter, vaccinations, and fences. Through providing nonjudgmental assistance and building relationships within the community, this organization bolsters connections between dogs and their human companions. They help to elevate the human-dog bond, and begin to change the way individual dog owners and entire communities see the dogs in their lives.

 

The Coalition works in the heart of the communities that have the least access to services and information, those most truly under-served. Many of their clients are struggling every day with poverty and the issues that accompany poverty, such as lack of access, information, and positive messaging. By removing barriers and building trusting relationships, The Coalition to Unchain Dogs creates a bridge to reach new and often overlooked neighborhoods of pets and their owners.  The Coalition is an almost all-volunteer organization, meaning that donations go directly to helping unchain and spay/neuter dogs.  For more information, go to their website at http://www.unchaindogs.net/

 

Maybe you are inspired to support The Coalition to Unchain Dogs – want to know how you can help?  Here’s how you can get involved:

 

Donation Classes – TBD.  Karma yoga classes are just $5.  Additional donations will also be accepted.

 

Volunteer – If you have time to give, please take a look at the volunteer opportunities here:  http://www.unchaindogs.net/volunteering/.  Stay tuned for details coming soon about a Be Yoga coordinated group volunteer activity!