Below are just some of the amazing people who have been raising money for us over the past few months.

11 Regiment Royal Artillery
based at Thorney Island.
They pay regular visits to our residents as well as supporting our events.

Chippingdale Cricket Club
chose QAHH as charity of the year 2015. They have raised funds from a curry night and auction, a quiz, and we are currently planning a charity cricket match.

Singers Rechoired
have selected QAHH as their charity of the year for 2014/15 they raised £320 at their Summer Show and we are looking forward to working with them again around Christmas time.

Scallywags Motorcycle Club
These bikers have supported us for 2 years running, and recently they raised over £500 for us. They’ll be bringing their bikes in to show the residents in May.

Brighton Rotary Club
are big supporters of the QAHH. Recently helping us fundraise towards our new kitchen, supporting the Christmas Bazaar and holding a dinner in aid of our veterans. We are incredibly grateful for their continued support. 

Staff Sgt Rob Leech
took part in a 250-mile trek across the Scottish highlands to raise money in support of our residents. 


Hold your own fundraising event for QAHH! 

We can support you if you are undertaking your own fundraising event or initiative. We can supply fundraising materials, banners, posters, sponsorship forms or anything you would need for your fundraising, and we also have an A-Z of fundraising ideas. We can even attend your event/initiative to help out, and to thank those involved.

If you are interested in holding your own fundraising event for QAHH, please contact Events and Community Fundraising Officer, Sam on 01903 218444 or email:

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