There are a number of ways to make a donation

Simple & Easy ways to make a donation

Make a donation online to our General Fund

Make a safe and secure donation online

Make a donation online to our AED Campaign

Make a safe and secure donation online

Make a donation online via JustGiving

Make a safe and secure donation online

Postal Donation

Please make cheques payable to: The Sussex Heart Charity

Request a collection box

If you would like to help us raise even more money from local people’s spare change? Consider requesting a collecting box. We’ll collect it regularly when it’s full and we’ll always will let you know exactly how much you’ve raised.

To request a collecting box contact us on 01273 523 026 or 01273 523 028

Raise funds while you shop online

Did you know that you can raise funds for The Sussex Heart Charity by simply shopping online?

Give as you Live 


Sign up by following the links above and select The Sussex Heart Charity as your beneficiary. Choose from over 4,200 online shops (Give as you Live) or use Amazon Smile to make your purchases. Every purchase you make will raise vital funds for us at no extra cost to yourself.

Start a Fundraiser

If you’re taking part in an event or would like to collect sponsorship from others you could start a fundraiser.

Download a Sponsorship Form

Start a Facebook Fundraiser

Create a JustGiving Fundraising page 

Please consider telling us why you chose to fundraise for the Sussex Heart Charity by sending us a message here 

Regular Giving

How much should I give?

Any amount you are able to give helps our work enormously even the smallest amount. A gift of just £3 a month that’s only 10p a day. This could make such a vital difference to the cardiac patients of Sussex that this charity supports each day. The more that you can give, the more support we are able to offer. Helping us to provide a lasting legacy for cardiac patients. But it is not so much the amount of the gift that is important to us, but the regularity.

Ensuring the future

It is our wish to establish a substantial endowment fund, which will provide for the research and equipment to help present and future generations deal with heart problems. It is realised that for many, there are often limited ways in which lifetime support in financial terms can be made possible. That is why the provision of a bequest in ones Will is becoming more practical.

Charitable legacies and bequests are free of inheritance tax and greatly assist estate planning.

Four Ways To Give

There are four common forms of legacy, and professional advice should be sought to determine which is the most appropriate for you.

The Pecuniary Legacy

This is a method of leaving a named amount of money to the Charity. The disadvantage of this means of support is that inflation erodes the value of the bequest over the years. One way to avoid this is to set aside a specific proportion of your estate to your beneficiaries as follows:

The Residuary Legacy

This donates a percentage or fraction of the residue of your estate after your specific bequests have been made. This is a way to protect the real value of your gift. We would ask you to consider bequeathing one or two percent of your Estate.

A Life Interest (Reversionary Legacy)

All of us are concerned for those we leave behind, and wish to ensure that proper provision is made for those closest to us. A Reversionary Legacy enables you to leave money or a percentage of your estate to the Charity after the death of your spouse or relative. This enables them to enjoy your assets during their lifetime, with the designated portion reverting to the Sussex Heart Charity afterwards.

The Conditional Legacy

If you would like to leave part of your Estate to the Charity, but feel that someone else has a stronger claim to the gift, then you can make a Conditional Legacy. This means that you leave your bequest to a particular person, but in the event that he or she should predecease you, then that bequest would go to the Charity. Your gift can take any form such as shares, paintings or other items of property.