We believe in supporting charities who are doing significant work to raise awareness and find a cure. This year we are proud to partner with:

OUR LOCAL PARTNERS

Rett's Roost

Rett’s Roost is a non-profit organization offering a sanctuary for families with a child afflicted by cancer, offering a community of loving kindness and supportive activities in a peaceful, natural setting to ease their experience with the disease.

Rett’s Roost’s vision is to:

  • provide retreat weeks and weekends for families affected by cancer

  • offer nutritious meals and daily classes in art, yoga, meditation, healthy habits, therapeutic play and learning, and mindfulness towards the natural and spiritual world–holistic means of healing that treat the body and soul.

  • apply, campaign for, and receive funds, gifts, grants, bequests, and endowments in order for families to be able to stay at Rett’s Roost for free.

  • organize fundraising events to raise monies required for running retreats

  • advocate and increase public awareness for research and clinical trials to control, prevent, and cure all types of childhood cancer.

  • collaborate with existing, similar non-profit organizations to increase overall effectiveness in supporting families experiencing childhood cancer and in bolstering advocacy for finding improved treatments.

Please visit the Rett’s Roost website for more information.

Seacoast Area Teachers of Yoga in Action

Seacoast Area Teachers of Yoga in Action (SATYA) is a non-profit with a mission to increase access to therapeutic yoga for at-risk and vulnerable populations in our Seacoast community. We envision a future where all members of our community have access to the profound therapeutic potential of yoga regardless of social, physical, and financial barriers.

SATYA partners with local yoga studios, other local non-profits and organizations to provide free yoga classes to the following populations:

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  • Individuals living with cancer- including survivors, those in treatment and their caregivers

  • Survivors of domestic and sexual violence

  • The homeless

  • Individuals in recovery from substance use disorder

  • The incarcerated

  • At risk youth

  • People with intellectual, developmental and/or physical disabilities

  • Any individual or family in the Seacoast who benefits from free yoga classes.

For more information, please visit Seacoast Area Teachers of Yoga in Action