Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust Charitable Funds

We are Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust’s charity.

With the kind and generous support of the community raising and donating vital funds, we provide grants to the Trust to purchase advanced equipment, to improve existing facilities, to provide staff with additional training opportunities and to enhance the welfare of patients and staff.

Right now, the Trust’s hospitals and services out in the Sussex community are under unprecedented pressure as we respond to COVID-19. As always, our dedicated Trust staff are going above and beyond to make sure they can continue providing excellent care to those who need it.

By making a donation via our JustGiving page, we will direct your kind donations to the best place to support our Trust staff and patients.

Please visit www.justgiving.com/SussexCommunityNHSTrustCF to make a donation today.

Thank you to everyone who is supporting us.

You can support your local NHS Trust by:

  • Making a donation – big or small, every penny helps
  • Becoming a regular donor by setting up a monthly direct debit
  • Taking on an challenge to collect sponsorship
  • Hosting an event (including a virtual event) to generate funds
  • Pledging to leave a gift in your will

To make a one-off donation or to set up a regular donation, please visit our JustGiving page. JustGiving is a user-friendly online fundraising platform, through which you can make your donation to our charity quickly and securely.

To get fundraising, please get in touch with our Community Fundraising Manager for support and advice – we are with you every step of the way.

This year, we will have been supporting the Trust for 25 years! To celebrate, we are giving the charity a new look. In the meantime, we will be posting charity updates on the Trust's social media platforms, and you can keep a look out for more exciting news for our supporters in the future.

Read our annual reports and the impact we have had on the Charity Commission website.

If your company or business would like to offer support, please get in touch with our Community Fundraising Manager at rosie.hemming@nhs.net to discuss how your help can best be directed.

Rosie Hemming - Community Fundraising Manager
rosie.hemming@nhs.net
07747 020223

Fundraising
Jevington Building
Brighton General Hospital
Elm Grove
Brighton
BN2 3EW

We've created two inspirational heart posters, showcasing messages of thanks from our charity supporters to our hardworking SCFT staff and volunteers. PDF copies are available to download and print here: blue/greenpink

Ride for SCFT's Charitable Funds!

The first ever virtual edition of Prudential RideLondon – the world’s greatest festival of cycling – will take place on 15 and 16 August.

With record numbers of people swapping four wheels for two this summer, this virtual cycling event is the perfect opportunity to use your pedal power to support SCFT's Charitable Funds.

My Prudential RideLondon is an exciting and free event, enabling riders of all ages and abilities to cycle a range of distances, have fun, and raise crucial funds. 

How to register

1) Choose one of the following four challenges: 

  • My Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 (100 mile ride)
  • My Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 (46 mile ride)
  • My Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 19 (19 mile ride)
  • My Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle (set your own 1km+ challenge using the wheels of your choice, e.g. bikes, push scooters, skateboards, trikes, balance bikes, rollerskates, wheelchairs, e-bikes) 

2) Sign up on the My Prudential RideLondon website: myridelondon.co.uk/register

3) Set up your fundraising page using SCFT Charitable Funds' JustGiving form: MyRide JustGiving form

All fundraisers will receive a fantastic celebratory certificate upon completing their challenge.

SCFT's Community Fundraising Manager, Rosie Hemming, is here to support you every step of the way. If you have any questions, or would like fundraising advice/guidance, please email rosie.hemming@nhs.net.

Charity Registration Number: 1051763