Give to GOSH appeal

The Give to GOSH appeal closed on 14 February 2016, the 164th anniversary of Great Ormond Street Hospital's foundation. The appeal has raised in excess of £3.5 million.

Many thanks to you all for your pledges and donations. With your tremendous support we can meet some of the hospital’s most urgent needs: research, support for family and patients, cardiac surgery and palliative care.

Peter Steer, CEO of GOSH
Dr Peter Steer, Chief Executive of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), thanks readers and donors who have supported us throughout the Give to GOSH appeal
The musical legend recorded a special birthday message and showed support for the Give to GOSH appeal.

Ward sister Melissa Strickland reveals the qualities needed by a nurse at GOSH.

The head of the organ donation committee at GOSH has spoken of how the heartbreaking loss of her own baby daughter saved the lives of two other children.
Elliott has spent nearly a year at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). He has an artificial heart but is waiting for a transplant. Find out how a new cardiac unit will help patients like Elliott.
GOSH patient in a hospital bed, smiling

Chloe's family decided to wear a smile on their faces, rather than dwell on her diagnosis of neuroblastoma.

The death of her son Louis inspired Ruth Kennedy to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity, leading to the foundation of the Louis Dundas Centre for Children's Palliative Care.
Cardiac is one of the key Give to GOSH fundrasing areas
All funds raised from the Give to GOSH appeal will go directly to four key areas at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).