Many members of the Society of Homeopaths are involved in charity work in the UK and abroad. Below is a snapshot of some of that work.
Homeopathy Research Institute: is an international charity dedicated to the facilitation of scientific research in homeopathy.
Travelling Homoeopaths Collective: provides a charitable drop-in homeopathic clinic at outdoor public events, music festivals and fairs, treating thousands of people every year.
The Ghana Homeopathy Project: the charity’s main objective is the relief and prevention of disease, working closely with local community developments and initiatives in Mafi Seva villages in the Volta region of Ghana.
The Maun Homeopathy Project: provides a free homeopathic service, and training, for people living with HIV and AIDS and/or traumatised by rape in Maun, Botswana, in partnership with agencies in the local community.
Homeopathy Action Trust (HAT): works to secure a vibrant future for homeopathy by:
increasing awareness, promoting education and research and working independently.
The League of Friends of the RLHH: is a voluntary organisation run by its members for the benefit of patients and staff of the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine.
Freshwinds: the charity has an integrated medicine programme that provides complementary therapies for adults and children with life-threatening and life-limiting illnesses.
Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century: campaigns and lobbies for homeopathy and the rights of patients.
Homeopathic Community Health Clinics (HCHC): is a community interest company offering a healthcare service with free well-being advice and affordable homeopathy. A new initiative working towards providing clinics nationwide to support homeopaths and students working out in the field.
Disclaimer: Homeopathic charities
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