We need your help
We hope to significantly raise awareness of the work we do for patients and staff, with the goal of raising (and spending) significantly more in future – right here in your local hospitals, in East Sussex.
We can only do this with your help.
We are looking for support from businesses of all sizes, particularly where your staff or customers know our hospitals in East Sussex, or where you do business in this part of the country.
We can support you with fundraising materials to inspire your staff, tailored briefings and support, and can work with you from simply providing a collection tin for your shop/office/business, through to developing a bespoke partnership plan to engage staff in an ambitious programme of fundraising over a number of years.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
How can you raise money for our hospitals and local community health services
Working with the charity can help achieve your own objectives, whether they be around corporate social responsibility, employee engagement, community / public relations, or simply wanting to do something brilliant in the community you and your colleagues work and/or live in.
We are looking to develop ambitious partnerships with companies who want to have a real impact.
In The Community
Clubs and Societies
Fundraising for local charities close to the hearts of your club or societies President and members is an incredibly gracious and kindly act. If your club or society would like to hold an event to support our charity we would be delighted and please message us as we’d love to support your event in any way we can.
Find out about our latest news and fundraising stories
Our Charity's Chair, Karen Manson, walked the talk and completed the arduous 192-mile Coast-to-Coast trek from St Bees to Robin Hood’s Bay coast in July raising over £1,000 for us. Karen decided to fundraise for our charity as there had been fewer fundraising...
The NHS Big Tea is an annual event held across the NHS. Staff and members of the public hosted tea parties throughout East Sussex on and around the Birthday of the NHS in July to raise funds for the NHS. Pictured here are the Conquest Canteen staff serving tea and...
The East Sussex Healthcare Cancer Team, led by Dee Daly, took part in the annual Walk for Wards from Hastings Pier to Cooden Beach raising an incredible £1,500 for their fund which supports patients during their treatment for cancer.If you’d like to walk next year get...