Martlets is a local charity that provides terminally ill people in Brighton and Hove, and surrounding areas, with the very best care and support. Their expert team helps patients live life to the full during the precious time they have left. Martlets opened in 1997. The staff and services were formed from the merger of three separate charities. Across the hospice services, more than 25,000 local people have been supported and cared for since 1997. Most people receive care from the Martlets in their own homes. Outpatients also visit the hospice for pain relief, physiotherapy, counselling, welfare advice and social activities. Others choose to spend their final days at the hospice, or to join us as inpatients for respite care or symptom management.

Find out more about Martlets here.

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To donate directly to the 10 charities equally sharing the money go to The 10 named charities sharing the money are Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA), Say Aphasia, Amaze, YMCA DownsLink Group, Chestnut Tree House, Take Shelter, Moulsecoomb Forest Garden, East Sussex Credit Union Foundation, Ronald McDonald House and Trust for Developing Communities (TDC).

To donate to Martlets only go to