At Third Root, we must balance our commitment to accessible holistic health care with our long-term sustainability
Unlike many health service providers, we are not a non-profit – we can’t rely on grants to subsidize our low- and no-cost services.
Unlike many yoga/bodywork studios, we are not merely a for-profit business – we cannot rely solely on revenue to pay our employees.
Our Justice Pricing (sliding scale) model is the primary way we balance accessibility and sustainability – those who can, pay more, so that those who can’t, pay less.
But with an abundance of donation-based, NOTA (no one turned away for lack of funds), accessibility accommodations (e.g., ASL interpretation), and even free programming, this doesn’t cover everything.
So, we also rely on the generosity of our community members: as long-term sustaining donors, and periodically through short-term fundraisers. See below for details on how to make a contribution!
Make a Contribution!
Becoming a sustaining donor, at any level, brings you into ongoing partnership with Third Root. Sustainers strengthen our foundation, allowing us to confidently offer ongoing accessible care to the community and continue to pay our practitioners and staff a living wage.
*Simply check the box for “make this a monthly donation” when you donate*
$10 / mo (over 12 months) covers 2 subsidized private yoga sessions
$18 / mo covers the cost of 1 yoga class for someone accessing our accessible programming (by-donation, NOTA, free classes for specific communities)
$25 / mo covers the cost of 1 subsidized community acupuncture session
$60 / mo (over 12 months) covers insurance for one acupuncturist (required in New York)
$75 / mo (over 12 months) covers 1 scholarship to our Roots n’ Seeds herbal education program
$100 / mo (over 12 months) covers ¼ of the cost of our appointment booking software
$250 / mo covers income for 1 yoga teacher teaching 1 class per wk