How you get involved
All the major actions we take involve funding. Communications, websites and travel incur costs. The most costly actions are legal ones. Legal actions are particularly vital given current threats to natural health and without adequate funding these cannot be initiated. Even the planning of legal actions and determining legal strategies with barristers costs a considerable amount. Most of our funding comes from individuals and foundations, while some comes from companies, exclusively in the natural health sector. We accept no funding from global pharmaceutical food corporations. Nor do we receive any money from governments.
Donations of any amount are urgently needed and greatly appreciated.
Communicate our messages
If in the USA, sign up to ANH-USA, receive regular e-mailings and interact with its advanced advocacy software that helps you, easily, get your message to places where it counts.
If in Europe, sign up for ANH e-Blasts that keep you abreast of key developments and inform you of key actions where your support can make all the difference.
If you’re from elsewhere in the world, keep abreast of news, features and campaign activities on the ANH International website.
Please forward messages far and wide to others who are passionate about natural health, encouraging them to become active.
Make sure your elected representative is hearing you!
Use your democratic right, campaign with us – write to your local elected representatives and government institutions when the need arises, watch our eBlasts and website for notifications of specific timing for this.
Many of us feel we are living in a post-democracy age, but there is still evidence that in most so-called democratic countries the will of the people, if powerful enough, makes a difference. But make sure you do as much as possible to let your friends, relatives and contacts to do the same, for bigger impact.
Check out our campaign pages and write to your elected representative about the issues that you care about most.
Since form letters are largely ignored by politicians and regulators, please choose the issue or issues that concern you most and, in your own words, write to your elected representative (see below). Keep your letters brief and to the point and wherever possible explain how the issue of concern might impact you, your family, friends or your business.
If you don't already know who your elected representative is, the following links and information may help:
Find your Member of the European Parliament at the following link http://www.europarl.europa.eu/members.do.
- Contact information for representatives: http://www.house.gov
- Contact information for senators: http://www.senate.gov
Click here to find your parliamentary representative.
Click here to find your MP or how to submit a petition to the House of Representatives.
You can usually find your elected representative by going to your country-specific Google search engine, and in the search box, entering (in your local language) the following terms: find elected representative parliament.
If you live either in the USA or anywhere in Europe, please contact the relevant regional office. We would be very keen to talk to you about ways that you can provide voluntary support to our many campaigns.