Practicing generosity, Aloha has a mission which includes helping the community at large. Support for local non profits and other local businesses is top on our list. Though we at Aloha are a for profit business, we give away our profits to help people.
Josephine is in her wisdom years and keeps no monetary value from her teaching or managing a yoga center. When Josephine began teaching yoga, she was still in her householder stage of life and needed the extra income to support their four children. But even then, she vowed to give away 10% of all that she made to support the arts for children. She began the scholarship fund at Moco Arts, called the Moving Company then. The value in her teaching now comes to Josephine in watching yoga do its magic for folks.
Following is a list of the non profits which Aloha has supported in our first three years.
Hundred Nights Shelter https://hundrednightsinc.org/
Cheshire County Historical Society https://hsccnh.org/
Peterborough Players https://www.peterboroughplayers.org/
Keene Chorale https://keenechorale.org/
Apple Hill https://applehill.org/
Chesterfield Old Home Day https://m.facebook.com/pages/Chesterfield-Old-Home-Days/139865950200170
The Sustainability Project https://jeffshomerepairkeene.com/
MAPS Counseling Services https://mapsnh.org/
Keene High teachers basket https://khs.keeneschoolsnh.org/
Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention https://mcvprevention.org/
NH Dance Institute https://www.nhdi.org/
Machina Kitchen https://www.machinaarts.org/
Harris Center https://harriscenter.org/
Monadnock Conservancy https://www.monadnockconservancy.org/
Leaf Charter School https://www.leafschoolnh.org/