Amongst others the School of Homeopathy
works with and supports the following five charities working in
Homeopathy Action Trust
Travelling Homoeopaths Collective
The Homeopathy Research Institute
Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century (H:MC21)
The Maun Homeopathy Project
Ghana Homeopathy Project
For more information about these charities, to make donations or
get involved please contact them direct through their websites below.
About Homeopathy Action Trust (HAT)
HAT’s aims are to make homeopathy more widely available, so
more people can benefit from its gentle but powerful effectiveness.
The Trust is a fund-raising and fund-giving charity, seeking through
its activities to bring together patients and potential users, homeopathic
students and professional homeopaths.
Homeopathy Action Trust’s aims are to:
||promote study and research into homeopathic medicine and publish
||educate and assist the development of knowledge and skills
in homeopathy through funding of student grants
||fund health centres, hospitals and/or other institutions for
||educate the public in the art and science of homeopathy
||contribute to the relief of sickness on a wider scale Student
HAT awards funds to homeopathic students. You are eligible if you:
||have successfully completed at least one year of training
||are already in receipt of government benefit Joining the Homeopathy
HAT is open for anyone to join and there are lots of benefits.
To find out more please contact them.
The Travelling Homoeopaths Collective was established in the summer
of 1990 to provide a charitable drop-in Homoeopathic Clinic at out
door public events, music festivals and fairs. We treat thousands
of people every year at many festivals including Glastonbury (where
some 20 practitioners cover a period of 18 hours during the day),
Larmer Tree, Cambridge Folk Festival, Wychwood Music Festival and
The Big Green Gathering.
The Clinic offers treatment for acute conditions, such as hay fever,
sun stroke, sunburn, digestive upsets, coughs, and colds, all common
occurrences at such events. We also offer advice and support for
people who have chronic or more long-term disorders and diseases.
The Collective is made up of Qualified, Registered and Insured
Homoeopaths who work on a voluntary basis. All donations received
go towards maintenance, travel expenses, and the further promotion
The Homeopathy Research Institute is an international charity dedicated to the facilitation of scientific research in homeopathy. The institute was founded by Executive Director Dr. Alexander Tournier who holds a PhD in Biophysics and is a fellow at Cancer Research UK, in addition to being a qualified homeopath.
The Homeopathy Research Institute Newsletter will allow you to keep up to date with key developments in homeopathy research effortlessly. Our clinical research director (Dr. Clare Relton PhD), basic science research director (Dr. Alex Tournier) and guest authors take jargon-filled scientific papers from all areas of homeopathy research and translate them into these easy-to-read publications sent to you free of charge via email.
The institute is the first dedicated central resource of its kind and will be playing a pivotal role in the future of homeopathy research, but its work is entirely dependent on donations. We therefore welcome the invaluable contribution of new supporters. To join the Homeopathy Research Institute community, make a donation or to find out more, please visit www.homeoinst.org or contact us at:
Executive Co-ordinator: Rachel Roberts
Charity number: 1132901
Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century (H:MC21) is a charity
set up to promote homeopathy, and to defend the right of people
in the UK to choose homeopathy as a therapy within the National
Health Service, as set out in its charter.
The first project is a survey of the number of people in the UK
who have used a homeopathic remedy and been benefited by it, whether
the remedy was prescribed by a homeopath, by another medical practitioner,
by a friend, or self-prescribed. The purpose of this is to establish
the extent to which this system of medicine has helped the general
public, and to support demands that this therapy be taken seriously.
The Charity's objects (the Objects) are to advance the education
of the public in the subject of homeopathy through:
||the extent of use of homeopathic treatment;
||the range of outcomes of use of homeopathic treatment;
||the level of public interest in the use of homeopathy;
Publication of such research
||conducted by the Charity;
||conducted by others;
Campaigning for increased levels of research and use of homeopathy.
The School of Homeopathy is delighted to have the opportunity to offer two students a year the rare chance of a professional clinical placement through One25, a Bristol based charity. The placements do not replace clinical observation hours or clinical supervision requirements at the School, rather they are a way for students to gain serious clinical experience, boasting confidence and learning.
One25 helps to enable women marginalised from mainstream society—primarily through involvement in street-based sex work—to access appropriate services and to become aware of alternative possibilities for their lives. They also seek to serve as a voice for these women. One25 offers a variety of services and treatments, including homeopathy.