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Sussex Community NHS Charity, Floor 1 Jevington Building, Brighton General Hospital, Elm Grove, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 3EW

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01273 266 040

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Frequently Asked Questions

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There are many ways you can donate to our charity and any amount you can give is hugely appreciated. Visit our 'Ways to Donate' page to find out more. 

Gift Aid is a government scheme that allows us to claim an extra 25p for every £1 donated by a UK taxpayer. You can read more about this on our 'Ways to Donate' page. 

For those who prefer good old-fashioned fundraising, our Fundraising Toolkit is full of useful resources, including printable sponsorship forms and templates that can help you along your fundraising journey. 

The easiest way to donate cash is to pay it into your own bank account and then transfer the funds to us via cheque or bank transfer. Visit our 'Ways to Donate' page for more information on how to do this. Alternatively, you can call us on 01273 266040 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to arrange a visit to drop off your cash donation at our Charity Office at Brighton General Hospital.

If you're under the age of 18, you'll need permission from a parent or guardian to be able to fundraise. Visit our 'Get Involved' page for the legal stuff to consider when fundraising.  

As we're a charity, there are limits to what we can pay back for fundraising activities. To discuss your plans for organising an event and the costs that we could pay back, please get in touch with us.

Of course! You can download and use our 'In aid of' logo from our Fundraising Toolkit.

Yes, the charity has received a number of generous grants. We are a member of, and do apply for and accept grants from NHS Charities Together. See our annual reports for previous grants received and relevant news articles.  

Absolutely! Please visit our 'Volunteer' page for more information.  

It is wonderful that you are considering leaving a gift to our charity in your will. For more information on this, you can visit our 'Leave a gift in your will' page or get in touch with our friendly team if you would like to discuss how to leave a gift to our general pot or to a service that has a special place in your heart.  

Yes you can! Find out more information on our 'Get Involved' page and take a look at our Fundraising Toolkit for useful resources and ideas. 'The Pulse' also has lots of helpful guidance on fundraising at work.