Car Brochure Library supports local and national charities who carry out important work to help those in need. These charities have been selected because we’ve experienced first-hand the value of their work. Here’s a little more about the charities and the work they do.

MacMillan Cancer Support

MacMillan Cancer Support helps people affected by cancer to live life as fully as possible. They understand that cancer affects people in different ways as well as the distress that it can cause to family and relatives.

Dealing with cancer and cancer treatment can put a lot on someone and MacMillan are there to help patients by providing physical, financial and emotional support.

To find out more about MacMillan Cancer Support please visit their web-site www.macmillan.org.uk

Help For Heroes

Help For Heroes supports those with injuries and illnesses caused during their service. Their focus is on the rehabilitation and recovery through working with the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre to deliver the best treatment possible.

As well as dealing with physical injuries Help For Heroes helps with psychological wellbeing through their Hidden Wounds programme, which deals with problems such as anxiety, depression, anger and stress.

Since inception in 2007 the charity has helped more than 22,000 people and it is expected that 66,000 Armed Forces personnel who served between 1991-2014 will need support now or in the future.

To find out more about Help For Heroes please visit their web-site www.helpforheroes.org.uk

St Catherine’s Hospice

St Catherine’s Hospice is a local charity supporting people in Sussex and East Surrey who are living with a terminal illness. They offer a complete tailored care package supporting patients and their families through their Day Hospice, in their wards and in patients homes.

The charity invests in specialist care through training, best practise and utilising latest techniques to deliver the very best support in very sensitive situations. This really helps patients maintain a sense of dignity at a time when it can so easily be lost.

Established in 1983, St Catherine’s Hospice now helps over 2,000 people affected by terminal prognosis every year.

To find out more about St Catherine’s Hospice please visit their web-site www.stch.org.uk