The NASH FOUNDATION was incorporated in Colorado in 1999 as a non-profit charitable corporation dedicated to education, research and publications to support and enhance the profession of homeopathy. Activities of the organization include but are not limited to:
- Sponsoring workshops, seminars and conferences in homeopathic education
- Publishing educational and scientific materials relating to homeopathy
- Funding research projects involved with homeopathy
- Funding special projects that enhance and expand the awareness of the profession of homeopathy
The American Homeopath
The NASH annual journal debuted in 1994 as one of the world’s most comprehensive homeopathic journals which includes a collection of articles, interviews, case studies, materia medica provings, book reviews and more. Learn More
Choosing to pursue a career in homeopathy can be a challenging decision. Not only are you faced with a brand new way of viewing health, the perpetual attack by mainstream skepticism and an enormous amount of never-ending study, there is little financial support available. Education is an important mission of the NASH Foundation, and in 2014 we created our first scholarship fund in the memory of Liz Bonfig, our Executive Director. Since then another Fund was established by the husband of the late Carole Krones, CCH, RSHom(NA). And we are happy to introduce our third and latest scholarship: The Mrs. Prakash Vati Gupta and Dr. Dhanpat Rai Gupta Scholarship.
Read about the people behind the creation of these scholarships:
Elizabeth Bonfig was the Executive Director of NASH for 10 year and was truly was the “heart” of NASH. The NASH Foundation created a fund in her name as our first scholarship. Liz loved homeopathy and NASH, so it is fitting that this annual scholarship will be awarded to homeopathic students who demonstrates passion, service and commitment to the profession of homeopathy.
Mrs. Prakash Vati Gupta and Dr. Dhanpat Rai Gupta
Mrs. Vati Gupta and Dr. Gupta dedicated their lives helping thousands of people over the course of 50 years through the creation of a free clinic in Meerut, India. A strong advocate for the homeopathic profession, Dr. Gupta was renown in Meerut for his homeopathic skills. Love and admired by his patients, they felt a deep loss when they had to leave Meerut due to a serious illness which eventually took his life in 1980. To honor their lives, Dr. Gupta’s granddaughter has created a fund to further help the development of skilled homeopaths in America.
Saving a Lost Generation
The NASH Foundation was fiscal sponsor for this in-depth project involving homeopathy and autism, spearheaded by RsHom member Carol Boyce. Due to the loss of university support, the project is on hold until alternative research partnerships are created. Learn More
- Co-sponsoring conferences
- Supporting the creation state associations
- Fundraising/grant writing
- Case submission clinical studies
- Research grants for RsHoms
- Publishing homeopathic learning tools