Each quarter, profits from Beyond the Mat Yoga Collective are donated to charitable or non-profit organizations that uplift the world.

Rowan Tree Foundation

Our mission is to provide ongoing support and resources for families who are coping with the devastating loss of a much-loved child.

We carry out this mission by offering our two annual memorial events in June and December, our engraved memorial program, our love notes program, and our awareness specialty license plate program (Colorado USA Only) for families dealing with the loss of a child. 

We serve anyone who has lost a child. From pregnancy loss, stillbirth, through newborns and teens, anyone who has had a loss is welcome to take part in our programs and events. Our philosophy has always been that if you feel a connection to the work we are doing at Rowan Tree Foundation, then you belong and are welcome here.

To learn more about the Rowan Tree Foundation and ways you can help, please click the link below!

Mercy Housing

Mercy Housing is redefining affordable, low-income housing. We’re a national nonprofit organization that is working to build a more humane world where communities are healthy and all people can develop their full potential.

Mercy Housing is one of the nation’s largest affordable housing organizations. We participate in the development, preservation, management and/or financing of affordable, program-enriched housing across the country. We acquire and renovate existing housing, as well as develop new affordable rental properties.

Beyond the Mat Yoga Collective will be specifically supporting the Holly Park Apartments in Denver. Our goal is provide resources, donations and activities for the children living at the Holly Park Apartments.

When making donations, please specify in the notes, “For Holly Park Apartments”

Ninos del Sol

In the heart of Peru, there’s a small group of incredible young people who are defying the odds in life. They are the youth of Niños del Sol, a children’s home that has grown into a beacon of hope and transformation in the Sacred Valley.

Society tells us that these Peruvian orphans should expect nothing more from life than hand-me-down clothes and a cot to sleep in. But at Niños del Sol, we believe in something different.

We’re raising them as a family, offering them a bright, comfortable home, a quality education with music, yoga, and language instruction and lots of love. We also provide a second, semi-independent home where they can stay beyond their 18th birthday while they pursue a college education and launch a career.

Our results speak for themselves. As they grow up, most of our kids are graduating from college and going into adulthood as professionals. They’re breaking the cycles of poverty and abuse in their families forever.

In just two short years — March of 2025 — our youngest kids will be in college and our work will be done. But we can't get to that finish line without your help.

Donations can be made directly at:


Grassroots Farmers

Grassroots Farmers is a collective of farmers and farm organizations cultivating the next generation of growers.

We are in start up phases and finalizing a land lease to expand our farm operations. Ideally we are looking for a more permanent home to build Adobe farm mentor living quarters, host farm retreats and educational classes out on the farm! 

We are community focused farming with no till and better than organic practices linked with farm education, everything from saving seeds to homeopathic animal husbandry. 

Our mission is to bridge the gap between farmers and their communities through backyard farm installations, education and lawn conversions into native indigenous perennial meadow plants - to where we aim to become!

Jerry Powell Fundraiser


These are the words from a very kind and wise man by the name of Jerry Powell. He is a local resident in our community and the business owner of Castlerock Woodworks. He is also the man and family that we have designated as our "meaningful cause" to support for the months of February and March 2023.

We are planning an exciting event in March and will share the details shortly, but until then if you would like to read more about Jerry's story or "pay it forward" by contributing now, you can access the link below.

LifeSpark Cancer Resources

We are currently supporting LifeSpark Cancer Resources. This is a leading-edge non-profit organization that provides Reiki and Healing Touch treatments free of charge. Cancer research shows that the mind and emotions have a profound effect on the body. LifeSpark therapies are complimentary and integrative with traditional medical care and all types of treatments. They help you and you loved ones maximize your ability to recover.

Jefferson Center for Mental Health

From June to October, 2022 we contributed to Jefferson Center, a local non-profit with a vision for "a community where mental health matters and care is accessible to all." They provide services that "foster recovery and resilience in children, adults and families struggling with mental health conditions and substance use disorders." Last year they provided treatment for 34,000 people in Colorado.

Believe in Haiti

During the months of December 2021 through May 2022 we had the honor of contributing to Believe in Haiti and supported four children in Haiti for a year, providing them with uniforms, school supplies and food.  

Imagine a place where water is not safe to drink, food is scarce and expensive, poverty presents itself at every corner, and families are extremely vulnerable to natural disasters.

This is Haiti.

In the wake of the tragic earthquake of 2010, most Haitians and their families are still struggling to rebuild their lives. The devastation of this historical event only amplified the destitution and poverty of the people.

But Haiti is resilient! And We Believe in Haiti!ftion and poverty of the people.

But Haiti is resilient. And we Believe in Haiti.

Project Worthmore

Project Worthmore was our first organization to support from August 2021 to November 2021. We donated over 25 loving gift baskets for their mothers at Christmas. The baskets included gloves, hats, lotions, and chocolates. We also contributed towards their canned goods program and school supplies.

Project Worthmore was founded in 2011 by Frank and Carolyn Anello as a response to the acute need for the assistance of refugee families in their community.

From their start offering makeshift English classes in living rooms, they now have over six comprehensive programs to thousands of refugee clients. Over half of their staff are from the refugee community, which helps them to better listen, empower and support those who have come there to rebuild their lives. Strategically located off east Colfax, Project Worthmore is in the heart of the refugee community and therefore easily accessed by their clients. Their team and impact continue to grow as they play a role in supporting people during the worst refugee crisis since World War II.

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