Veterans Yoga Project, an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization, strives to maintain the honor and commitment our veterans have sworn to uphold. Program development and management, teacher training, and organizational expenses are covered by funds raised by grants, fundraising activities, and earned income from Mindful Resilience trainings and contract yoga services. The charts below show our revenue sources and income disbursement. For further financial information, please contact our CFO Michael Calogero.


Approximately half of Veterans Yoga Project's income comes in the form of earned income from Mindful Resilience teacher trainings; the remainder comes from grants and donations.

Basic Expenses

In its most basic form, the above chart depicts nearly 80% of our expenses goes back into the programs and serving our veterans.

Our Results

Please take the opportunity to read the latest article from the Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health which discusses the positive effects of yoga for the armed forces.


Older Reports are found in the reports Archive

Programs Offered

We currently offer three types of programs:

  • Mindful Resilience for Trauma Recovery teacher training

  • Yoga classes offered to veterans (taught by VYP teachers)

  • Healing retreats

All yoga classes and retreats are free or nominal cost to our veterans.  We offer partial scholarships for veterans to attend our yoga teacher trainings.  These programs account for 79% of our expenses.

Operational Expenses

Veterans Yoga Project is, in part, a virtual organization. With that, we have expenses that aid in our effectiveness and reach. VYP's professional fees are for: web site administration, marketing and social media costs, promotional materials, software costs, liability insurance, and travel.  All costs are allocated between Programs and Operations.

Human Resources

Veterans Yoga Project relies largely on volunteer support. We have one full-time employee (our Executive Director) and several hourly contracted staff. Although we strive to pay our teachers to teach veterans’ classes in the community, a majority volunteer their time.

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