Fundraise for us
Right now, in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, our hard-working doctors, nurses and health care teams are delivering vital care throughout our community day and night.
Supporting us with your own fundraiser will help Martlets keep caring for our patients.
We're excited that we're bringing back in person events - whether that's marathons or cake sales. So if you're interested in organising an event, we'd love to hear from you.
Know what you’re doing?
Sign up now to register your fundraising event. Let us know what you're doing so we can support you and help make your fundraising a success.
Not sure where to start?
Read our blog for 10 ways you can fundraise for us.
For more ideas and advice on fundraising for Martlets, download your fundraising pack below.
Some of our supporting resources such as collection pots, banner and have been temporarily suspended. However, we still have lots of advice and resources available for you to download below.
If you have any questions about fundraising for us, please call 01273 747455 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also join our supporters Facebook group to see what other people are doing and to chat to the team: https://www.facebook.com/groups/martletssupporters/
Pubs and clubs fundraising pack
More resources to help your fundraising for Martlets
Below are a selection of fundraising events and activities organised by you!
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Glen Richardson’s One Man Live Aid
Human Jukebox and Brighton Fringe Award winner, Glen Richardson has decided to use his powers for good by recreating the entire Wembley leg of Live Aid all by himself – except for one or two special guests. Get your tickets for May 8 at 2 pm at the Brighton Open Air Theatre.