Ginny’s Wolf Pack

An Initiative for yoga teachers to provide yoga to those who need it most who cant always afford it, in Kern County

Serving Across Kern County to Improve Quality of Life of Others Who Maybe Can’t Leave Their Homes, Hospital or Rehabilitation Facility

ARE YOU A YOGA TEACHER PASSIONATE ABOUT PROVIDING WELLNESS SERVICES FOR THOSE IN NEED LOCALLY?
DO YOU WANT TO GET PAID PROVIDE UP TO FIVE (5) GRANT-SPONSORED SESSIONS TO SOMEONE RESTRICTED TO THEIR HOME, HOSPITAL ROOM OR REHABILITATION FACILITY?

THOUGH A GENEROUS GIFT FROM THE VIRGINIA AND ALFRED HARREL FOUNDATION, WE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU, HELP OTHERS, RIGHT HERE IN KERN COUNTY!

This program allows Yoga Teachers resources for up to 5 yoga classes to help make a positive impact on the quality of life of PEOPLE IN NEED. Serving the wellness needs of the Kern community is the primary focus here at White Wolf Wellness Foundation and our Ginny’s Wolfpack initiative allows individuals with disabilities or with chronic illnesses in our region to procure wellness services from our nonprofit. Local yoga teachers can apply on behalf of a client for up to five (5) grant-sponsored sessions with the client, pending application approval from White Wolf Wellness Foundation.

The application below provides our organization with a glimpse into the nature of the applicant’s needs, pertinent health information and personal information of the applicant, your relationship to the applicant and a brief written statement (up to 500 words) about what types of yogic practices you would be teaching the individual to help them in their current condition.

APPLICATIONS LIMITED TO YOGA INSTRUCTORS WITHIN KERN COUNTY. EXTERNAL APPLICANTS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR SERVICES.

Yoga Instructor's Name *
Yoga Instructor's Name
The name of the yoga instructor to provide service.
Recipient's Name *
Recipient's Name
Name of the recipient of your yoga, meditation or wellness services.
Phone *
Phone
Address *
Address
In 500 words or less, please provide a statement of the disability, chronic illness or ailment, and what type of yogic practices you would be providing and why.
Please provide a reference