October 10th 2017

OUR NEW OFFICE ADDRESS is: SUITE 201 Chapel House, 1-6 Chapel Road, Worthing, BN11 1EY 01903 339155


We are delighted to announce our new service which enables us to continue to support the most vulnerable children in our society, as we have been doing since 1884. 

We will be operating on a different basis from our past model, as we will be supporting children during term time by working in partnership with schools throughout the UK, to provide residential outdoor adventure learning breaks.

July 2016 Sainsbury's Hassocks names CCHF as Charity of the Year

Staff at CCHF were recently delighted to learn that employees at Sainsbury's Hassocks had chosen to support CCHF as their Charity of the Year partner for 2016/2017. Sainsbury's hopes to raise funds throughout the course of the year, which will go directly towards children's respite breaks. Watch this space for more new of the partnership over the coming months! 


May 2016 - CCHF named as Wandsworth Mayor's Charity of the Year 

We are delighted that the Mayor of Wandsworth, Cllr Richard Field has named us as this year's Mayors Charity. This new partnership will see the Mayor promoting CCHF All About Kids and raising funds for our work throughout the next year. Alongside CCHF, Cllr Field has also chosen Shooting Stars Children's Hospice. We can’t wait for an exciting year ahead. 

April 2016 - Let's hear it for our Marathon runners! 
A total of 7 CCHF runners took to the streets of the London Marathon and the Brighton Marathon to complete the gruelling 26.2 miles – raising well over £13,683...... and counting! This has already exceeded last year’s total which is incredible! The money they raised will make an unbelievable difference to disadvantaged children, giving them the space and freedom to enjoy being a child for several days'. If you’re interested in running for CCHF in 2017, please visit our events page & get in touch with

March 2016 - Halifax make an Eggstra special delivery at CCHF
Halifax in Burgess Hill made an ‘eggstra’ special effort to ensure that no local disadvantaged children would go without an egg this Easter – and the result of the appeal was more than 83 eggs!  A selection of Eggs were donated to the children during the Easter break. “This year, my colleagues and I wanted to continue to support the fantastic work that CCHF does in Sussex and we hope that the Easter Eggs will bring a smile to the faces of many children once again.” Kat Brown, Assistant Branch Manager of Halifax. 
The eggs were a fantastic surprise for the children and made a lovely Easter treat.' Cracking result!