Trusts and Foundations

Join our current supporters in making a real and lasting difference to the lives of disabled veterans.

In 2017, QAHH celebrates 98 years of serving the ex-Service community and within this time has supported an estimated 35,000 veterans and their families. Our partnerships with charitable trusts and foundations have been critical to reaching this milestone, and as we face the prospect of caring for a new wave of veterans from more recent conflicts, we hope to continue to work closely with trusts and foundations to achieve our mission.

With your support, we can transform the quality of life of our country’s disabled veterans, helping these brave men and women to live with the independence and dignity that they deserve – now and in the future.

How can you help?

Every year we must raise over £1.3 million towards a range of capital and revenue costs in order to continue providing the highest levels of care and rehabilitation to our country’s veterans. Your funding can be restricted for a specified purpose, and regular project reports will be provided to demonstrate the benefit of your support. We also seek unrestricted donations towards our core running costs.

We currently require funding for the following projects, each of which will directly benefit the well-being of our residents. Full details of these projects, and others, are available from our Trust, Foundation & Legacy Officer, Clare Smith.

  • Neuropsychologist: help support residents with severe neurological disabilities or conditions to come to terms with their disability, and support their families and QAHH staff to gain a more in-depth understanding of their condition.
  • Wheelchair clinic: help to fund this on-site wheelchair service in which our Occupational Therapists provide vital assessments, repairs and adjustments.
  • Speech and Language Therapy: help our residents with communication difficulties to express their thoughts, feelings and desires.
  • Physiotherapy: funding towards this vital service is essential to continue supporting our residents to become more mobile.

For full financial information please click here to view our annual accounts online.

Visit us

We welcome you to visit QAHH to see first-hand how your support can improve our residents’ quality of life. Should you like to arrange a visit, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We would be delighted to show you around the facilities and introduce you to some of our wonderful residents.


If you represent a charitable trust or foundation and have any questions about the work of QAHH, or would like to discuss how your trust can support our work, please contact our Trust, Foundation and Legacy Officer, Clare Smith who will be pleased to assist. Tel: 01903 218444 Email: Write: The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home, Boundary Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 4LJ.

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‘I was very impressed with the workings of QAHH and wish all of you success.’ Rod Shaw, James Tudor Foundation
‘The Trustees were impressed with the ideals of the home and that there was an identifiable and vital need for donations in the form of the upgrade of the shower and washing facilities. Thank you once again for showing me around, I will admit it was a moving and at the same time positive experience, and I have reported to the Trustees that they have made an excellent decision to support you.’ Damon Jarrett, Force Select Foundation
‘An excellent organisation that is very well run.’ Aldershot Church of England services Charitable Trust
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