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WHAT: Senhoa Yoga Charity Event in Virginia
WHEN: Sunday, September 24, 2017 from 11 AM to 3 PM
WHERE: International Country Club, 13200 Lee Jackson Memorial Hwy, Fairfax, VA 22033
Please join us for a fundraising event in the International Country Club Ballroom on Sunday, Sep 24 to raise money and awareness for Senhoa Foundation’s programs that fight human trafficking in Cambodia.
A one-hour yoga class overlooking the beautiful ICC golf course will be taught by Suze Auda, founder of The Yoga In You. The class is complimentary but donations are welcome.
11:00 am – Welcome & Introductions
11:30 am – Yoga Class
12:30 pm – Refreshments & Break
12:45 pm – Senhoa Presentation
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Reception (appetizers & beverages provided) & Senhoa jewelry sales
Learn more about Senhoa’s work in Cambodia, enjoy a rejuvenating yoga class taught by Suze, meet new friends, enjoy healthy drinks and appetizers, and shop for beautiful ethical jewelry handmade by survivor artisans. 100% of profits from jewelry sales are remitted to the education, rehabilitation and empowerment of survivors of human trafficking, women vulnerable to sexual exploitation and their families.
Come for a little or come for all. Please RSVP at the Event Brite link and let us know if you will be joining us for yoga (limited spaces available) and/or the reception and jewelry sales event. Please bring yoga mats. If you don’t have one, we have some extra ones.
Raffle prizes from our local benefactors will include an electric toothbrush from Centreville Children’s Dentistry, haircuts from Salon Diva, Zoom II Whitening Procedure from Dental Group at Reston Station and more!
Please register soon as space is limited.
About Senhoa Foundation:
Senhoa Foundation supports vulnerable persons and survivors of human trafficking through prevention, rehabilitation and advocacy programs. We provide funding and capacity building through long-lasting partnerships to establish sustainable programs that serve underprivileged women and children. For more info about our work and to check out our jewelry (handcrafted by survivor artisans in our social business), please go to: www.senhoa.org.