Rockinghorse supports sick and disabled children throughout Sussex and the south-east of England. Working with local hospitals - primarily the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital and the Trevor Mann Baby Unit in Brighton - and respite centres and other specialist health services, projects focus on improving children’s emotional and physical well-being. All Rockinghorse projects and appeals are in direct response to needs identified by medical and care professionals working with sick and disabled children. Projects are designed by healthcare teams and seek to address the medical and social needs of children, and inevitably come about as a result of assessments and consultations with individual children and families. As the official fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, and primary funder of the Trevor Mann Baby Unit, they pride themselves on their excellent relationship with both hospital staff and local families who use the NHS services throughout Sussex, to ensure the projects they fund have the biggest impact and most positive outcomes possible within the community.