National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) is the oldest accredited naturopathic medical university in North America and a leader in natural medicine education and evidence-based research. As one of the most respected universities of natural medicine in the world, our participation in global medical education impacts many lives. We believe in the healing power of nature and that food is medicine.
Corporate Giving at NUNM is rooted in four core themes:
- Student Success
- Lifetime of Learning
- Excellence in Patient Care
- Career Enhancement
When you give to NUNM, you directly impact our students, patients and community. Specifically, your gift enhances our mission by providing funds to sustain and innovate programming for our faculty, students, and alumni. You can help our patients thrive by giving financial and in-kind donations that support our goal to provide culturally affirming healthcare within many different underserved communities.
Giving to NUNM includes both cash gifts and in-kind donations.
Many thanks to NUNM’s Corporate Partners!
For more information about Corporate Giving, partnership and benefits, please contact the Office of Advancement.
NUNM at a Glance
- A nonprofit university of natural medicine, NUNM offers medical education programming in naturopathic and classical Chinese medicine, and in related health science disciplines.
- Established in 1956, NUNM is the oldest accredited naturopathic medical university in North America.
- NUNM has more than 400 students and 3,000 alumni.
- NUNM’s Lair Hill Health Center is a Tier 4 Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH)—a top-level certification from the state of Oregon, and an indicator of the highest level of care being provided to our patients.
- NUNM’s College of Classical Chinese Medicine, established in 1995, provides the most comprehensive classical Chinese medicine training in the U.S.
- NUNM’s Helfgott Research Institute is home to world-renowned research investigators who champion critical studies in natural medicine. Students and faculty collaborate on research and interdisciplinary studies funded by the National Institutes of Health.