The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home gives Navy Personnel a better quality of life with help from Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity

June 29, 2012qahhNews

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity have donated £33,400 to The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home in Worthing this week.

This is the first donation from the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity but promises to be a fruitful relationship. We are furthermore delighted that our residents at QAHH will benefit from a strong relationship with Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity.

The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home provides residential care and rehabilitation to those with a neurological and physical disability – predominantly for those who have served with HM Forces. On Average, QAHH supports 10 naval personnel each year.

The donation is restricted towards the provision of rehabilitation, nursing and care services for our ex-Navy residents.

John Paxman, Chief Executive Officer said: “This generous donation is a tremendous contribution towards our work for Navy residents with neurological and physical disabilities and we are very grateful to Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity for its continued support. As a charity, we rely on voluntary donations to continue our vital work. The generosity of organisations like Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity helps QAHH enable our disabled residents to live as independently and as actively as possible in an environment that they can think of as their home.”

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