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HL Group
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Dana Fennewald
Manager, Communications; Susan G. Komen
Frequently Asked Questions
What is project:OM?
The inaugural events during May 12-14th, 2017 brought together 750,000+ bodies in an enormous yoga class to benefit Susan G. Komen®. We are continuing toward our goal of one million participants in the year 2017.
Why OM?
In the yogi tradition, the OM symbol represents the entirety of the universe. In English, it reminds us of the One Million bodies that will come together for this epic movement.
Why is project:OM partnering with Susan G. Komen®?

To date, Susan G. Komen® has invested more than $2.9 billion in research and lifesaving community programs. Their signature event, The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® Series, hosts nearly 150 events on five continents, involving more than 1 million participants annually.

Susan G. Komen’s Bold Goal is to reduce the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026. With a global headquarters in Dallas, TX and a robust network of US and International Affiliates, Susan G. Komen's mission is to save lives and end breast cancer forever.

More information about Susan G. Komen can be found here.

How can I participate?
Donate, Get Yogaia, Watch LiveStream
What percentage of donations support Komen’s mission?
Eighty cents of every dollar raised goes to mission programs, including about 20-25 cents on average to research.  More information about donations can be found here.
What does cancer treatment have to do with yoga?

We believe yoga has the transformative power to heal, reveal and inspire. Studies have shown that people who get regular exercise, like yoga, are at lower risk of breast cancer than people who are inactive. Studies also suggest that practicing yoga for just ten weeks seems to reduce stress and anxiety in people experiencing mild-to-moderate levels of stress. Yoga appears to work about as well as relaxation therapy or cognitive behavioral therapy.

To learn more about breast cancer, visit Susan G. Komen®’s informative resources page.

Do I need to have prior yoga experience to participate?
project:OM yoga classes will cater to all levels. Beginners are absolutely encouraged to participate!
Will my donations be tax deductible?
Contributions to Susan G. Komen® may be tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Please check with your personal tax advisor regarding the deductibility of your gift.
Will I receive validation of my donation for tax purposes?
Yes. When you donate online, you will receive a confirmation email with a receipt attached for tax purposes. Check your Spam or Junk folders if you do not receive an email.