BREATHWORK DEVELOPMENT FUND
We are committed to the development of conscious breathwork and how to make it accessible around the globe. Through the IBF Breathwork Development Fund, we offer outreach to individuals and to communities who might otherwise not be able to access breathwork.
We are also able to support breathwork education and research projects.
The fund was created in 2011 to support financially initiatives to bring the benefits of Breathwork to people and places that would otherwise not have the opportunity to experience it.
Projects supported until now by the Breathwork Development Fund
– the project “Give me a Second Chance “ from the Tiba-Africa Foundation in Kenya. Tiba-Africa is bringing breathwork as a healing and self-esteem tool for women with HIV-AIDS and helping the children and families from the slums of Nairobi.
IBF sponsored 10 people to go through Tiba Africa’s program “Give Me Another Chance”, Kenya, 2014. Program that aim to reach persons with HIV in the slums of Nairobi.
“Since then these groups have become an icon for change in our community. They are charged with responsibility of De-stigmatization of HIV and AIDS virus; they inspire people to live responsibly, they give HIV and AIDS sensitization talks in schools, churches and other social gathering places. We hope to have more sponsor for the next group of persons to attend the program, through the fundraising that we do, like on global living.
See more on the ongoing projects of Tiba-Africa here >>
It is also our major fund to sponsor IBF members to come to our Annual Global Inspiration Conference. Initiative that was launched in 2006 by JoAnn Lowell.
Anyone can support the Breathwork Development Fund by clicking directly on the Donate button below. If you wish to contribute in a different way than Paypal please contact IBF via email [email protected]