Morgan Stanley raises £10.4 milliion

On Monday 26 July 2010, Morgan Stanley were proud to announce that, thanks to the fundraising efforts of employees and the financial commitment of the Firm, they have surpassed their three-year goal of raising £10 million towards the Morgan Stanley Clinical Building at Great Ormond Street Hospital. The grand total raised is £10.4 million.

26 July 2010

In 2007, Morgan Stanley made a three-year commitment to the hospital as part of their contribution to the Firm’s Global Alliance for Children’s Health.

Since then, employees have shown unwavering support by donating their time, talent and money.

The charity is absolutely thrilled to receive this donation ahead of target, and is extremely grateful to Morgan Stanley and its employees for raising significant funds towards a much needed 21st century clinical facility.

We are incredibly proud of the hard work and commitment our staff have put into raising this huge amount of money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

We are delighted to have this opportunity to create a lasting legacy of which we can all be proud. For more than 30 years, Morgan Stanley has invested in paediatric care innovation as part of our Global Alliance for Children’s Health, and the Morgan Stanley Clinical Building will give the children, families and staff at Great Ormond Street Hospital what they deserve most – world class facilities to match its already world class care.

Clare Woodman, Chief Operating Officer at Morgan Stanley International

Everyone at the hospital is very grateful to Morgan Stanley for this significant contribution to the redevelopment, which will make a huge difference to children and their families directly.

Without these vital funds Great Ormond Street Hospital would not be able to offer the same specialist treatment and services and continue the level of pioneering research that has led to so many new advances for children both in the UK and across the world.

Dr. Jane Collins, Chief Executive of Great Ormond Street Hospital