Impact of philanthropy

For almost a hundred years before the advent of the NHS in 1948, Great Ormond Street Hospital’s (GOSH) very survival depended on donations from notable philanthropists, including Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria.

The commitment of philanthropists, both as personal supporters and on fundraising appeal boards, has, and will, have an extraordinary impact on our patients, families and staff including:

Without philanthropy we simply couldn’t give every seriously ill child the extraordinary care they deserve. Your support really could make all the difference.

If you'd like more information, please contact the Major Gift team by emailing philanthropy@gosh.org or calling Rachel Hughes on 0203 841 6483