At Goodwood we work with some exceptional charities, raising money and awareness for good causes both at our flagship sporting events and throughout the year. 

The Goodwood Estate Charity

Dementia Support

Dementia Support was set up in 2014 to provide a vital service offering support, guidance, and care for those in our community living with dementia. Dementia is a complex disease with a rapidly increasing prevalence. The charity's vision is a society in which dementia is wholly understood and accepted, enabling people living with dementia to be fully supported throughout the whole of their journey.

Festival of Speed

Two Wheels For Life

Two Wheels for Life raises money to help doctors, nurses and other health professionals across Africa to ALWAYS reach communities, no matter how poor or remote. 

By working with partner programmes throughout Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria and The Gambia, they are able to provide health workers with vehicles and the rider training, fuel, and regular vehicle maintenance that ensures they are always ready to go and reliable. Motorcycles are often used because they are uniquely suited to the job and environment, and allow medical professionals to reach people whenever and wherever they are needed with care, supplies and education

Markel Magnolia Cup

My Sister's House

Twelve inspirational women race down Goodwood Racecourse's home straight in a flash of vibrant colour with their beautiful, bespoke silks. The 2024 Magnolia Cup charity is My Sisters’ House, a West Sussex women’s centre, supporting any self-identifying woman to improve their welfare and wellbeing, reducing their risk of domestic abuse and supporting recovery.

Operating across two hubs, located in the Arun District and Chichester, a presence in the communities, allows My Sisters’ House to help women reach their goals for future employment, education, or training through the Thrive Employability programme.

Goodwood Revival

St Wilfred's Hospice

St Wilfrid's Hospice offers care to local people in parts of West Sussex and Hampshire who have life limiting illnesses or who are in the last phase of their lives. They tailor their care to what each patient needs, and aim to deliver excellent care, every time.

St Wilfrid’s Hospice offers a wide range of services, providing physical, emotional, social, psychological and spiritual support ensuring that they respect and encourage individuality, dignity and self-esteem. They work in close partnership with all health and social care professionals involved in a person’s care, including GPs and community nurses.


Goodwood Education Trust

The Duke of Richmond established The Goodwood Education Trust in 1976 to provide more young people with access to the natural world.  Goodwood offers schools and colleges an exciting range of workshops and visits to inspire learning outside the classroom.


We were delighted to be a charity partner with Goodwood, to have the opportunity to show what we do at the Aldingbourne Trust, with our mix of social enterprise and community support with people who have a learning disability/autism.

Sue Livett

Managing Director, The Aldingbourne Trust


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