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Leave a Legacy
The Future of Homeopathy
It has been a challenging couple of years – and you’re not alone if you’re wondering what the future of healthcare will look like.
If you’re someone who uses homeopathy as your preferred health modality, you know preserving it for the future is now more crucial than ever before.
Homeopathy for Health in Africa
Homeopathy for Health in Africa (HHA) is a 100% donor funded, non-profit organisation that creates on-the-ground, sustainable healthcare programs through homeopathic treatment and training.
HHA has provided healthcare and health education to over 20,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in Africa over the last thirteen years.
Mary’s story of survival
Mary first arrived at the HHA clinic with extreme weakness, bone pain, poor sleep, and struggled to walk.
Like so many patients at the clinic, she was malnourished with little appetite and was feeling deeply sad – like she wanted to just die. Her husband had died of AIDS and she was battling the infection too. She had no money, no work – and no prospect of work due to her illness – plus she had children to look after.
Now, five years on from her first treatment, Mary has hardly any health problems at all. In the initial stages of her treatment, her CD4 (immune cell) count went from 183 to 506 and has remained stable ever since – Mary has survived.
A New Model of Healthcare
HHA provides local and outreach clinics, training courses, supports locals to get back to work after illness, and provides free homeopathic medicine among other services.
Committed to a sustainable, long-term approach for homeopathy in Africa, HHA intends to create more outreach clinics and finance qualified homeopaths to teach homeopathy in remote and rural areas, where it’s needed most.
Patients like Mary profoundly benefit from this work as they often have no other available healthcare. She returned the HHA clinic calling out – “We want you here, we love your medicine!” She was so happy to want to live again.
The Legacy of Homeopathy
Homeopathy has a long history of legacy and giving.
A gift in your Will gives you the power to keep homeopathy alive through HHA’s sustainable education programs.
Highly experienced homeopaths teach tailored programs to remote and rural community leaders that is specific to their local needs. This education is invaluable in remote areas where there’s usually no healthcare available.
Students in the program go on to share their knowledge within their communities. Meaning, a gift in your Willl to HHA continues to educate in perpetuity.
Every Gift Makes a Difference
Your legacy will have a positive impact – no matter the size of your bequest. This can be any amount from $50, and EVERY GIFTmakes a big difference.
Gifting In Your Will is Easy
Leaving a gift in your Will to HHA is surprisingly easy to do.
Once you have arranged for your family and loved ones to be taken care of, please ask your lawyer or other qualified professional to make provision for a gift to Homeopathy for Health in Africa (HHA).
We strongly recommend that you obtain legal and financial advice to ensure your wishes are correctly stated in your Will.
Here’s some sample wording you may choose to take to your lawyer.
I give devise and bequeath to Homeopathy For Health in Africa (Company limited by guarantee. Registered in England. Company Number 11879121, Granta Lodge, 71 Graham Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, United Kingdom, WR14 2JS.
an amount of US$/£……………../ my
(specific gift) /an amount equivalent to ……………..% of my
Residuary estate, absolutely and the receipt of a duly
authorised representative of Homeopathy For Health in Africa
shall be sufficient discharge to my Executors.
Change comes from Action
Change comes from action, not thought, so if you’re someone who wants to make a difference for the future of homeopathy, please remember HHA in your Will.
We are extremely grateful if you do, and ask that you let us know as we’d love to thank you personally.
If you have questions, or wish to advise us of your gift please email firstname.lastname@example.org – we’re here to help.