Pay what you wish donation based yoga class to benefit the Morris Animal Refuge. While we may be quarantined, who's to say we can’t take a yoga class from our home? Certified yoga instructor, Emily Sabalbaro, will be teaching a virtual class on Wednesday, May 20th at 6:30 pm to benefit The Morris Animal Refuge!
If you’ve ever attended a Puppy Yoga with The Morris Animal Refuge you’ll know that typically we bring along some adoptable puppies to the yoga class. With this class being online, you can invite your own furry friends to join in!
Register today and prepare to experience the healing powers of yoga from the comfort of your home, all while helping homeless animals find their forever homes.
How to tune into virtual yoga to benefit The Morris Animal Refuge
1) Register for the class on Eventbrite by "purchasing" your free Virtual Yoga Ticket. This is a pay what you wish event with a suggested donation of $10.
2) Please donate what you can using the Donate ticket button - 100% of donations go to the Morris Animal Refuge!
2) You will receive an access code and password to use to screen the live class
3) Tune in at 6:30 pm on May 20th (Wednesday) and enjoy!
4) Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
We hope you will join us for a relaxing yoga class that brings us together and allows us to continue to find forever homes for homeless animals in Philadelphia! 100% of donations benefits The Morris Animal Refuge (excluding Eventbrite fee).
*Please note* if you have a ticket to a previously postponed Puppy Yoga, please hold onto that ticket until we can reschedule those classes. Your ticket to the postponed classes will be good for the in person Puppy Yoga classes once we are able to resume regular business.
COVID-19 definitely put a hold on all scheduled fundraising events and all potential walk-in adoptions at The Morris Animal Refuge. Since the onset of COVID-19 we have been fortunate to have a support system around us that allowed us to place all of our animals into temporary foster care (some have since been adopted). As a result, most full time staff were able to start working remote or quarantining. With our animals thriving in foster care, our question now becomes how do we continue to care for our furry friends for an unknown amount of time, ideally find forever homes, and ensure we have the finances to continue to save lives for years to come.
Funds raised from yoga will go directly to our General Operating Fund which helps fund continued care of animals still in foster care, pay all staff to ensure financial stability and a seamless reopening when the time comes, and prepare for any animals that will come our way post COVID-19. Overall, we hope that hosting benefit fitness classes will help our supporters get active, connect with other animals lovers through fitness, and keep The Morris Animal Refuge operating for years to come!SOCIAL SHARE