Charity Organizations


Council for Homeopathic Certification

The CHC continues to be a proactive voice for credentialing within the homeopathic profession. The CHC Board advocates for certification in the US and Canada by presenting information about homeopathic certification to government panels, health care industry organizations, academic groups on integrative medicine, and insurance companies. The members of the Board of Directors volunteer their time to strengthen the homeopathic community and promote the inclusion of homeopathy in the broader healthcare landscape.


 

Homeopathy for Health in Africa

Since 2008, Master homeopath Jeremy Sherr and his wife Camilla have operated Homeopathy for Health in Africa, an organization located in Tanzania, the heart of the AIDS epidemic on the continent. Most of the patients are widows whose husbands have succumbed to the disease. In addition to operating mobile clinics all around the area, they also teach locals homeopathy so they not only have a profession but in turn contribute to local healthcare.



Homeopaths Without Borders

Homeopaths Without Borders is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization that builds partnerships across the Americas to assist with medical emergencies. Addressing the most significant health care gaps in areas such as Haiti, Dominican Republic, and Guatemala, HWB offers homeopathic care and education to those in the greatest need.



NASH Scholarship Fund

The North American Society of Homeopaths supports up and coming homeopaths with annual scholarships awarded to homeopathic students who demonstrate passion, service, and commitment to the profession of homeopathy. Their two funds honor past homeopaths who have made an impact in the community.



National Center for Homeopathy

NCH provides education and builds awareness while advocating for access to homeopathy as a safe, effective, and affordable system of medicine. The go-to resource for those interested in learning about homeopathy, NCH has the most diverse membership in the homeopathic community. Over a million people are reached annually through their efforts.


The North American Society of Homeopaths

Originally founded in 1990, NASH works closely with organizations which set and maintain the standards for the practice of homeopathy. They represent professional homeopaths and work to enhance the role of the homeopathic profession as an integral part of the health care system in North America. NASH is also at the forefront of legal issues confronting homeopathy in the 21st century.