OPEN FLOOR INTERNATIONAL

OFI is incorporated as a non-profit organization. Our international program is currently in the process of applying for 501(c)(3) status. OFI is a creative collaboration of seasoned movement teachers from all corners of the planet. We use the universal language of movement as a means of self-discovery and relationship building.

CONTACT

415-887-9399

 

PO BOX 2864

Sausalito, CA 94966

Marin County, California, USA

leah@openfloor.org

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Open Floor Marin held our first Holiday Benefit Dance in 1993, a small gathering of dancers that donated $500 to feed the homeless in San Francisco. This has matured into our annual fundraiser that has donated more than a quarter of a million dollars. We support community members in need of medical assistance, as well as local and international service organizations (see below).
The generosity of our Open Floor community only grows stronger with time.

SAVE THE DATE

Keep the first Tuesday night of every December open for our annual Holiday Benefit Dance. Come prepared to open your heart, your wallet, and to dance the night away in a loving community.

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BENEFICIARIES

We support members of our community who are experiencing medical challenges, as well as local and global service organizations.

Some of the organizations

that we have had the privilege

to serve are listed below.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Give!

Don't wait until the holidays — you can donate any time. Your funds will be sent directly to help someone in need.
 

Funding for young Maasai girls in Kenya to escape female genital mutilation and early childhood marriage.  Once safe, the girls are supported to graduate school & get advanced degrees.

Lava Mae operates public transportation buses, converted into mobile showers + toilets, to deliver hygiene and rekindle dignity for our unhoused neighbors.

Glide is a San Francisco church at the forefront of social justice, social service and building a spiritual community dedicated to transforming the lives of those less priveleged. Their kitchen provides thousands of meals to the homeless every week.

Syzygy provides movement classes to underserved populations grappling with serious life challenges, such as addiction, incarceration, homelessness, aging, PTSD, and other issues impacting health
and wellness.

Mindfulness-based wellness programs that support at-risk
and homeless youth, to experience greater resiliency,
health and well-being.

A global team of chefs that travels to feed survivors of disasters, such as the hurricane in Puerto Rico and the wildfires in California.  They are creating smart solutions to eradicate hunger and poverty.