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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.

There are many different ways to get involved and help raise vital funds for the hospital. Why not hold a cake sale, take part in a sponsored bike ride or organise a charity ball?

We have everything you need - from fundraising ideas and advice, to materials for you to download

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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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  • Tyrese Leslie Transplant Games 2 Patients go for gold at the British Transplant GamesA team of Great Ormond Street Hospital patients got into the spirit of the Commonwealth Games last week, representing the hospital at the 2014 British Transplant Games in Bolton.
  • Professor Martin Elliott Congratulations to all our courageous RideLondon riders!On Sunday 10 August more than 350 supporters took on the Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100 to raise vital funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity
  • GOSHCC Charity logo Statement regarding Channel 4's Dispatches programmeOn Monday 11 August Channel 4's Dispatches broadcast a report on charity telephone fundraising, featuring fundraisers working on our behalf at the agency NTT fundraising. We were shocked and deeply distressed to hear of the evidence of unacceptable behaviour and ways of working presented in this report ...

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