Your donation will help our residents to improve their lives through re-learning skills.

£17 would enable a resident to express their thoughts and feelings by providing a speech therapy session

£25 would help a resident to become more mobile by providing a physiotherapy session to increase strength and balance

would increase a resident’s independence by providing a cookery lesson with an occupational therapist to re-learn lost skills and grow confidence



“I want to support people who have given so much to protect me.  Soldiers have given lives and limbs to protect us.  We are giving money to help those who have sacrificed so much.”
Mr Lovatt, supporter

You can make an online donation to The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home safely and simply with Just Giving or BT myDonate by clicking the appropriate icon below.


QAHH supporters can donate directly via text by sending QAHH14 £5 to 70070 and make a difference to the lives of physically disabled ex-servicemen and women. The donation will be collected through your regular phone bill and 100% of the donation will go to QAHH.

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Please send a cheque in the post made payable to QAHH, Boundary Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 4LJ

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Resident Comments
  • They have made my life amazing again
  • The facilities are incredible and they keep investing
  • The standard of care at QAHH really is excellent
  • Thank you all for making my respite stays such a pleasure to look forward to
  • This was the only place that provided the therapies I needed
  • Social and recreation helps to develop friendships, my confidence and I get to learn new skill
  • I am able to walk with a frame which I couldn’t do when I first arrived
  • I was determined to learn to walk again, and I have
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John Paxman, Chief Executive

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