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Our fundraising 


We face an incredible task – to raise over £50 million every year to support Great Ormond Street Hospital to remain at the forefront of paediatric medicine.

We would like to thank all of our supporters who give generously to us throughout the year – your donations are critical to the work we do for sick children and their families.

Great Ormond Street Hospital has over 240,000 patient visits each year for the rarest and most complex conditions and offers the widest range of paediatric services under one roof in Britain.

Find out more about our different fundraising activities below.

Collection box

Donations from supporters

Regular monthly gifts and single donations


Other ways to donate

Community fundraising

Every year, hundreds of individuals and community groups support us through organising and taking part in fundraising activities and events.  There are lots of ways you can get involved including volunteering, organising an event, fundraising at school and taking part in a challenge event.

British Gas Bikes Britain riders

Fundraising appeals and events

Throughout the year, we run fundraising campaigns and appeals and host special events to raise money.

Corporate partnerships

From charity of the year partnerships, sponsorship packages, employee fundraising and cause-related marketing – we work with a wide range of companies across the UK.

Major benefactors

The hospital has a proud history of support from major donors, and the charity has created exciting recognition opportunities for our most generous benefactors including invitations to become part of Friends of Adeona.

We're always keen to hear from those who could support us, and from ambassadors who are willing to advocate the needs of the hospital on our behalf.

                                                              

Our fundraising helps us to support the hospital to continue to provide the very best care for its young patients and their families.

More information

Find out more about fundraising at Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Chairty and why we need your help.