Yoga allows the individual to live life with their eyes wide open, a conscious life, an aware life and one in which you are in touch with the bigger picture of our existence. Karma Yoga, or “discipline of action,” is one facet of the yogi’s practice that necessitates selflessness and giving back to the world without expectation of reward or outcome.
As part of our Karma Yoga, Santosha is dedicated to supporting those companies and foundations which are actively helping to create a better world:
The Save our Seas and the Surfrider Foundation is committed to protecting our oceans by funding research, education, awareness and conservation projects focusing on the major threats to the marine environment
Oxfam is an international confederation of 14 organizations working together in 98 countries and with partners and allies around the world to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice.
Médecins Sans Frontières was formed in 1971 by a group of French doctors who had previously worked with famine victims caught in the Biafra conflict (the civil war of Nigeria 1967-1970). The doctors were frustrated by the bureaucracy they encountered and degree of government interference in humanitarian aid.
CARE is a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty.
Yayasan IDEP is an Indonesian non-profit NGO (Non-Governmental Organization). Innovative and effective, IDEP encourages program sharing with other grass roots projects through media and curriculum development.
TREAD aims to relieve poverty and advance education in rural areas of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa states. Its work is targeted at children, young people and their families.
Our main program focus is in the area of education, promoting and developing projects, curricula, and learning materials, for ethics and peace.
GetUp is an independent, grass-roots community advocacy organisation giving everyday Australians opportunities to get involved and hold politicians accountable on important issues.
Food for life provides education to over 1500 girls from the poorest families in the Indian town of Vrindavan. Their hope is to break the poverty cycle with the idea that females will bring education back to the home and provide a better life for their families.
If you know of a foundation or charity that’s worth adding to our page, please let us know via our Contact page.