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Help us save more lives, develop new treatments, build state-of-the-art facilities and support our remarkable patients and their families. With your donation we can continue to put the child first and always.
If you are coming to Great Ormond Street Hospital for an appointment,  take a look at our directions, map and parking page.

Sign up to our 5k family fun run in London’s beautiful Battersea Park and raise vital funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Everyone is welcome to take part, whether you love to run or prefer to stroll around the park.

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Tickets are now on sale for the Channel 4 Comedy Gala at London’s O2 arena on Friday 15 May. Money raised will go towards a brand new operating theatre at the hospital.

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Great Ormond Street Hospital deals with over 240,000 patient visits every year. Read some of the remarkable stories of our patients and their families.

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Donations allow the hospital to buy equipment, fund research and provide better facilities that would otherwise be unaffordable under the NHS.

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Whether you want to organise an event, get sponsored for sitting in a bath of beans or ask for donations instead of gifts, there are loads of ways you can help.

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We raise money to support the work of Great Ormond Street Hospital so that it can help more children who need its specialist expertise.

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Companies can support the work of the hospital in many ways such as employee fundraising, charities of the year or long term corporate partnerships.

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  • GOSH dad takes to the stage Celebrate our PartnershipsOn Tuesday 17th March, we welcomed 29 of our Corporate partners to an evening of celebration. We wanted to say thank you to all those who have supported us and raised so much money for GOSH.
  • Raining in my Heart - Chloe & James GOSH patients feature in ITV documentaryA one-off documentary, broadcast on ITV, is set to follow three GOSH patients over two years while they are being treated at the hospital for rare and high risk cancers.
  • GOSH patient Keano, 9 who features in the first episode FIX MY GENES BBC documentary on Great Ormond Street returns for a third seriesThe new three-part series coming soon will focus on children with rare diseases, respiratory and neurological conditions, as clinicians and nurses push the boundaries of paediatric medicine to try and save the lives of their young patients where conventional treatments have failed.

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