Brighton Coffee Festival is pleased to be partnering with Rockinghorse as the official Charity Partner for 2024.

About Rockinghorse

Rockinghorse Children’s Charity support sick and disabled children across Sussex. They support babies, children and young people, along with their families, at The Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, The Trevor Mann Baby Unit in Brighton, and all of the specialist children’s wards and baby units throughout Sussex.

Rockinghorse delivers and funds projects that enable doctors and nurses to do more.
All their projects are led by:
Needs of children and young people and their families:
Lifesaving medical equipment
Support for parents and families
Toys for children in hospitals across Sussex
Environments and spaces that help children feel more at home when they are in hospital
Additional staff to ensure children get the best possible care when they are unwell

Originally set up in 1967 by Dr Trevor Mann, Rockinghorse has been supporting children for more than 55 years, and in that time, have supported nearly a million children and their families. As the official fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital including the TMBU, Rockinghorse work with the NHS, charity partners and the Sussex community to ensure children can be children no matter how sick they are.

Find out more about Rockinghorse here.


Rockinghorse & Brighton Coffee Festival

For 2024, Rockinghorse will be the official Charity Partner of Brighton Coffee Festival.
Rockinghorse does not receive any government, statutory or local authority funding, and relies on the generous support of individuals, community groups, companies and trusts.
Brighton Coffee Festival is passionate about such an important cause in the local community, and will be working closely with Rockinghorse to generate additional funds, awareness and support.