Dulwich Acupuncture has supported the following charities working in the acupuncture field.
The PanAfrican Acupuncture Project
The PanAfrican Acupuncture Project trains healthcare workers in Africa to use simple and effective acupuncture techniques that enable them to treat the devastating and debilitating symptoms associated with HIV/AIDS, malaria, and TB.
Moxafrica was set up in 2008 in the UK to investigate the use of moxibustion therapy for the treatment of tuberculosis in Africa and to establish whether moxibustion may have a part to play in the fight against TB in the 21st century.
Watchet Jivitadana Sangha Hospital
is a monastic hospital located in Wachet, Sagaing Hills, Myanmar. The hospital was founded on 20 October 1984 as a charitable institution. Today, Jivatadana Sangha Hospital provides low-cost health services to monks and nuns, as well as the general public. The medical center provides both traditional and western medicine, as well as acupuncture, to its various patients.