IN SUPPORT OF
Every day and night, St Barnabas House works tirelessly to provide vital care for dying people and their families, both at the hospice near Worthing and in their own homes. For nearly 50 years, the hospice has been part of the local community, providing care and support for people when they need it most. Similarly, Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice has been there for children with life-shortening conditions and their families across Sussex for the last 17 years. No one is ever charged for the care they receive at St Barnabas House or Chestnut Tree House, but very little of their funding comes from the government. The hospices rely heavily on community support, through donations and fundraising.