We are the official charity of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club. Our work is driven by three key objectives: to inspire and motivate young people and their families to be physically active and to lead healthy lifestyles; to provide opportunities for young people to play football whatever their ability or background; and to work with our local community, particularly those that are disadvantaged, to help raise aspirations and improve life chances.
We are a day centre providing information, advice and guidance to homeless young people, aged 16 – 25 years, in Brighton and Hove. Our day centre is the only one of its kind in the city and we’re open 6 days a week.
We provide a friendly, bright, centrally-located, safe space for young people to engage with their peers and other visiting agencies – without the worry of having to share a service with older homeless people who can be intimidating.
Martlets plays a vital role in helping people diagnosed with a terminal illness to live life as fully as they can. Through expert clinical care, provided by highly skilled and experienced doctors and nurses, we ensure that, wherever possible, peace, respect and dignity is maintained.
Helping people affected by domestic abuse by offering practical solutions, shelter and support in Brighton, Hove and Sussex.
RISE provides a range of specialist support to help local families affected by domestic abuse.
The Sussex Heart Charity was formed in 1987 to support care of the heart throughout Sussex. The Charity supports local research and community resuscitation training as well as providing Defibrillators to the local community.