Thank You for Your Support!

At THAY not only does every dollar count, every dollar turns into direct action and impact.

Here’s what your donation will do.

We are dedicated to bringing yoga from a trauma-informed perspective to safely and effectively connect with individuals who may have experienced some form of trauma. It is also our priority to make yoga more accessible to our communities. In doing so, we disrupt this inequity through access and accessibility, offering classes at no cost. Here is how your donation will help.

Your tax-deductible contribution will directly impact hundreds of underserved individuals and bring yoga directly to their community!
Be a part of making yoga more accessible to New Yorkers!


Sustaining donors each receive a tote bag, recognition on our website, a dedicated newsletter of all things THAY, and invites to special exclusive events!

$35 option

Cover one class per month!

$70 option

Cover two classes per month!

$140 option

Cover a month of classes at a program of your choice!

One Time Donations


Contribute supplies and materials for our team that make our programs possible.


Cover a month of classes at a program of your choice!


Cover monthly classes for one of our trauma informed instructors for 2 months.


Support a program of your choice for 6 months!


Sponsor an entire upcoming Trauma Yoga Training! Give 15 caring individuals the opportunity to learn our specific trauma based yoga techniques to bring to our community!


Invest in Three and a Half Acres’ future and growth! Be at the forefront of our expansion into 2022 as we bring yoga into more diverse areas and groups!

Give What You can

We appreciate any amount you can generously give

Check donations can be made payable to Three and a Half Acres Yoga Foundation and mailed to:

Three and a Half Acres Yoga
PO Box 32
Andes, NY 13731

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Three and a Half Acres relies on contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations to bring yoga and mindfulness programs to the underserved at no cost to them.

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