Alchemy's Social Commitments


Alchemy Health Clinic in Wimborne raised over £400 at its final Sunday charity lunch for 2019.  All profits from the lunch, which was attended by 30 people, go to help the clinic’s Humanitarian Aid Project in Nepal. 


Clinic principal Dr Nashir Karmali will be revisiting Nepal in early 2020 to help with the much needed support for the people there trying to rebuild their lives after the earthquake disaster. A series of suppers and lunches in the past year has helped to raise in excess of £18,000 


Alchemy Health Clinic is committed to serving the community, be it local or global. Over the past 30 years, patients and friends of the clinic have helped  raise thousands of pounds for worthy causes. These have included Julia’s House hospice and The Leigh Park Community Hall Project, for which over £10,000 was raised and donated. Further afield, the clinic has helped aid the Barefoot College in India, The Wells for India and since last year, the victims of the earthquakes in Nepal.  We have also been helping individuals with disability or paying fees for education.


Dr Nashir Karmali DC said: “Patients and friends of Alchemy Health Clinic have most generously given of their time to support these and other causes. We have organised sponsored walks, dined in the garden and hosted regular supper evenings and lunches. This lunch was the last of the year but more are planned for 2020.