Health charities is proud to support the following charity organisations.


Portsmouth Hospital Charity Logo Portsmouth Hospitals Charity Portsmouth Hospitals Charity

The NHS receives funds from the government to provide healthcare, but there is an ever-increasing demand to improve facilities and provide better care for patients, which need public support.
Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity provides funds for Countess Mountbatten House; a specialist palliative care service that supports over 3,000 people each year with life limiting illness throughout Southampton and South Central Hampshire. Through the provision of medical, practical and emotional support, we strive to enhance the care and quality of life of our patients and their families and carers. Together we can build a stronger and more sustainable future for all those who need the support of such a specialist service.

Countess Mountbatten Hospice (Charity Registration No:1123304.)
Southampton Hospital Charity Southampton Hospital Charity's aim is to create an environment which exceeds the expectations of patients and visitors in the care of Southampton General Hospital, Princess Anne maternity hospital and in connected services.
The Dave Wellman Cancer Trust The Dave Wellman Cancer Trust was founded in 1999 after Dave died from Lung Cancer. Since then the Trust has been able to fund vital equipment that is helping in the fight against cancer, as well as other good causes and individuals and thier families.
The Rainbow Centre At The Rainbow Centre we inspire and support children with Cerebral Palsy and adults with a stroke, MS and Parkinson’s disease and their families.
Rowans Hospice The Rowans Hospice is a local charity dedicated to improving the lives of people with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses. Established since 1994, they have helped more than 7,000 patients and families across Portsmouth and South East Hampshire. Rowans Hospice services free from discrimination and free of charge, but each year they need to raise over £4 million to continue their vital work.
Wessex Heartbeat Wessex Heartbeat supports the Wessex Cardiac Centre, its patients and their loved ones so they can receive the best quality of care. Anyone can have a heart condition - a loved one, a friend, a neighbour, a colleague - at any time in their lives. Help us, help them so they receive the best possible care and support. 
Many Hearts, One Heartbeat  
Wessex Cancer Trust The Wessex Cancer Trust is an independent charity which has raised approximately £17million to help support and improve cancer services in the Wessex region. 
British Heart Foundation We fund pioneering research and vital patient care in England to help save the life you love. There are lots of ways to get involved and see what's going on in your area. We couldn't fund our vital, pioneering, life-saving heart research without you. Last year we:
•invested over £41.9 million for research in England alone.
•spent £1.6 million on equipment like ECG machines and defibrillators in hospitals and within local communities.
•spent £4.73m was spent on funding local Heart Nurses in the UK.
•worked with a range of partners in towns like Newham and Hull through our Hearty Lives project.
•organised local appeals to fund vital equipment and BHF Heart Nurses.

Action Against Cancer Action Against Cancer funds the development of cures for cancer at Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, led by world-renowned oncologist, Professor Justin Stebbing. The groundbreaking programmes that we fund focus on developing new diagnostics and treatments to improve the survival prospects and quality of life for millions of cancer sufferers worldwide. Please visit for more information about the charity and the lifesaving work that you can support.
DEBRA The Official opening of the DEBRA Furniture and Electrical store in Southsea is on 1st February 2013.

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  • "I was very happy to support The Dave Wellman Cancer Trust, a wonderful concept helping those less fortunate.  Well done Udonateacar."


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  • "Thank you Udonateacar. Raising funds and profile is the key and this scheme can help many good causes through these channels. "


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