Thank you for making our Yogi Fair weekends extra special.
IT’S EASY TO BE PART OF RIDE & ROCK RELIEF.
RIDE TO GATHER:
8AM RIDE OUT
ROCK TO REACH OUT:
1PM – 7PM
MUSICIANS, ARTISTS, &
RELIEVE THE VICTIMS:
9AM TO 4PM
FOOD & POTABLE WATER
MEDICINES, BLANKETS, ETC.Yogi Fair is opening its doors to DAKILA‘s Ride Rock Relief program. On November 10, 2013, from 9am to 4pm, My Little Art Place will be accepting relief goods for our brothers and sisters in Visayas who have been severely affected by super typhoon, Yolanda.In times of great calamity, we invoke the spirit of bayanihan and reach out to fellow Filipinos in need of our help.We can build and rebuild our nation with our own hands.
We are calling on Artists, Cyclists, Sponsors, Donors and other individuals who could donate their talent, time, and relief goods for our brothers and sisters in Visayas.
For more information please see official EVENT LINK:
For cash donations, please see bank details below:
Dakila – Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism, Inc.
Banco de Oro
Loyola Heights Berkeley Residences Branch
Savings Account No. 003570047800
See you at the fair! Namaste.
The Brown Rice Campaign is a campaign initiated by Dakila and Oxfam that seeks to bring brown rice back as the regular staple food. Dubbed as the Good Food, Brown Rice is not only beneficial to one’s health but also to the environment, the local small-scale farmers, and the country. Launched in 2012, the campaign gathers up advocates, restaurants, organizations, organic brown rice suppliers and distributors and supporters to revolutionize the eating habits of every Filipinos, encouraging them to make the shift from white rice to brown rice and choose healthier food options and balanced lifestyle. The campaign encourages everyone to join the growing movement for sustainable agriculture and healthier lifestyle. Because every Filipino family deserves a better life. Everyone deserves the Good Food. Available at Yogi Fair. For more information: www.facebook.com/GrowBrownRice
Moody Doll is one of Ant’s Pockets therapeutic dolls. It has 12 different faces, dresses, and shoes, with 12 different colors. By changing its face, it hopes to help children express their emotions whenever they can’t. These moody dolls are one of the best ways to ensure proper development and practice of fine motor skills to promote the most functional use of a child’s hand.
Available at Yogi Fair.
My Vegetarian Cuisine is an online made-to-order food business that offers a healthier alternative for meat at a friendly price. With its menu of delectable vegetarian dishes such as sisig, bagoong, palabok, and eggless chocolate cake, among others, even non-vegetarians could not resist taking a day off from their regular meaty meals. It gives a classic twist on the healthy lifestyle movement of today while maintaining a rich blend of taste and food innovation.
To date, My Vegetarian Cuisine has customers from all walks of life and half of them belong to the non-vegetarian segment. It continues to share the benefits of going vegetarian advocating a healthier take on food diet without missing the taste of meat.
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/MyVegetarianCuisine
Available at Yogi Fair.
Kari & Co. is a brand that creates and designs accessories that show passion for movement. Starting with yoga-inspired canvas tote bags, we aim to come up with a wide range of Philippine-made accessories that will encourage and inspire people with their practice.
Now available at Yogi Fair.
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/kari.and.co
SAVE THE DATE! October 13, 2013, 9am to 4pm (Sunday) at My Little Art Place 222 Wilson St., San Juan City, Philippines.
We are a community of Yoga practitioners, vegetarians, crafters, social artrepreneurs, and artists that celebrate all things Yoga and Filipino design.
Light Yoga (For non-practitioners to beginner level) from 5pm to 6pm. Reserve a slot now:
See you at the fair! Spread the love. Namaste.