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The law on how we can contact you is changing, so if you would like to hear from us via phone, email or text we’ll need to have your consent. If we can’t communicate with you, you’ll miss out on news from GOSH and chances to give seriously ill children the best chance to fulfil their potential.

Please give us your consent, because 618 seriously ill children arrive daily

Phoebe wouldn’t be alive without the emergency cardiac surgery she had at GOSH when she was just five days old.

GOSH researches and delivers treatments for the most complex childhood conditions. That’s why it’s rated among the world’s top five children’s hospitals. For many of the families who travel from all over the country, GOSH is their last hope. Your support is their lifeline, helping to fund new equipment, better facilities and pioneering new treatments. But that means keeping in touch so you can respond when the children need you most.

Please give us your consent, because your data is safe with us

When Evie had a heart transplant at GOSH, her parents stayed in hospital accommodation funded by kind donations from people like you.

We take our responsibility very seriously. That’s why we have a dedicated team of data security professionals to manage and protect the information you share with us. Rest assured that we’ll always follow the latest industry security standards and we’ll insist on the same from any organisation that works with us. And of course, you have our word that we’ll never pass your details to any third-party for their marketing purposes.

Please give us your consent, because you can always change your mind

Rosie, and her sister were born conjoined. Emergency surgery at GOSH separated the twins and saved their lives. Both are now doing well.

We believe that you should always have a choice about how you hear from us. So if you give us your tick for email, text or phone contact you can always change your mind later. Texts can be stopped with a single reply. Emails have an unsubscribe link. And any occasional fundraising calls will always begin by asking if it’s OK to talk. With all that in mind, we hope you’ll give us your tick and take a step closer to GOSH.

Please give us your consent, because you’ll get closer to GOSH’s life saving work

Rosie, pictured with her mum and dad, was nicknamed ‘Queen Rosie’ because of her throne-like rehab chair, designed by a GOSH physiotherapist.

Every day, thanks to your support, the surgeons at GOSH carry out an average of 53 life-changing operations. We’d like to share more of their success stories with you – it’s something we know our supporters really value. If you’d like to hear these stories, we’ll need to have your consent to show that you’re happy with this.

Please give us your consent, because we can’t do it without you

We need your consent to stay in touch by email, text or phone. Without your consent, it will be harder to bring you opportunities to help children like Abdal, who comes to GOSH twice a week for dialysis because of a kidney condition. Thanks to kind donations, a play specialist is on hand to make things more fun.

Without you, we can’t help fund groundbreaking research, advanced medical equipment, child and family support services, and the rebuilding and refurbishment of wards and medical facilities. A better future for seriously ill children starts here.

Please give your consent today. Thank you

  • If you have received an email from us, please click the link to give us your tick and contact details.
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  • Alternatively, you contact our supporter care team to update your contact details and communication preferences, simply email supporter.care@gosh.org or call 020 3841 3131 during the hours of 9-5:30, Monday to Friday.