A new library—three stories tall and built from the ground up, meeting the information resource needs of today’s students and faculty, with room to grow and adapt for tomorrow—that’s what National University of Natural Medicine needs NOW. The enthusiasm and support of NUNM alumni for building a new library will be crucial to our success.
Become part of the new library “Overdue” campaign. Pledge your support at one of our affordable donation levels. We invite you to give generously.
Opportunities for Giving
Donate to the General Fund
National University of Natural Medicine continues to lead the way to a future of unparalleled excellence, training natural medicine practitioners in research, the art and science of natural medicine, and in delivering high quality patient care. NUNM is growing: offering nine degrees to medical students from all over the U.S. and developing a true campus with 10 buildings and two gardens
We invite you to support NUNM‘s growth as it adds degrees, expands the campus, and continues to provide excellent training for future physicians.
Beloved Alumni: Dr. Bill Mitchell and Dr. Betty Radelet Halls
Give in honor of a beloved teacher, physician or leader in naturopathic medicine, and to a brighter future for our students at NUNM. Your gift will help us transform the Bill Mitchell Hall and Betty Radelet Hall into places of inspiration. Help continue the growth of these great halls.
Urban Campus Greening
Help to beautify and create green spaces in the heart of the NUNM campus: from a green brick road leading through a stunning natural landscape to a reflective pond and path of many flowers.
NUNM Capital Campaign
Help build state-of-the art naturopathic and Chinese medicine facilities on our campus. Learn more about the Capital Campaign—Currently at $10.2M with $14M to go!
Contact Susan Hunter, VP of Advancement, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about these opportunities for giving.
Veteran’s Restorative Care Center
National University of Natural Medicine is proud to support the development of a natural medicine center that will provide medical care for our veterans: the Veteran’s Restorative Care Center (VRCC).
The VRCC will be located in the beautiful Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon at Hot Lake Springs in La Grande. Its mission is to “restore hope through education, whole-life care and nature” by offering a retreat sanctuary and treatment center for veterans and their families that provides a natural and integrated approach to heal body, mind and spirit.
NUNM is partnering with three organizations to make this idea a reality: The Warrior Bonfire Program (a nonprofit group supporting veterans); Hot Lake Springs Hotel and Spa (the facility where the new VRCC will be established); and Dyne Aquaculture, a systems integration company focused on alternative energy, alternative fuel engines, aquaculture and hydroponics. NUNM’s vision is to support the development of the new treatment center that will feature an on-site, third-party natural/integrative medicine clinic. The VRCC will contract with NUNM to provide those clinical services, benefiting the veterans and their families with natural medicine care, and enabling NUNM students and faculty the opportunity to work closely and in a sustained way with this population.
VRCC Fundraising Efforts
Fundraising efforts are now underway by The Warrior Bonfire Program and Dyne Aquaculture, assisted by NUNM, to raise $2M to finance Phase One of this remarkable project. These funds will not only help secure the facility, but also adjoining properties. The generosity of Dyne Aquaculture will provide sustaining funding for the provision of natural medicine care for veterans in the facility.
All donations to support VRCC are through the nonprofit Warrior Bonfire Program.
National University of Natural Medicine is a nonprofit educational institution recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c) (3) tax-exempt organization. All contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent provided by law. Your support makes a difference. Help us continue to advance the practice and profession of natural medicine.
On behalf of our students, faculty, staff and patients, we thank you.