Our annual 5k family fun run sees thousands of people sprinting, strolling and scooting to raise vital funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) every year. Everyone is welcome to take part in this family-friendly and inclusive event, regardless of age or ability.
Experience 24 hours at Great Ormond Street Hospital with our new film, One Day at GOSH. See some of the challenges faced by the patients, families and staff who shared their stories of being at this extraordinary hospital.
Playing our spring raffle is a fun and exciting way to support Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and all of the children who rely on the care and treatment provided by the hospital. Tickets are just £1. Enter the raffle today to help seriously ill children and their families at GOSH.
Throughout Great Ormond Street Hospital's (GOSH) 165-year history, the support of you, our partners, has enabled the hospital to give seriously ill children the chance for a better future. Corporate support remains as vital as it has ever been.
In the run up to World Storytelling Day on March 20, we'll be sharing stories by classmates of GOSH patient Ezara-Mai, inspired by the ward names at the hospital, which are named after animals. This week, the School Council (2015 - 2016) share a tale about Nellie the athletic Elephant!
A patient’s samples arrive at the specimen reception desk of the microbiology team at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). A one-year-old girl is battling an infection following treatment for cancer found in her skull, and it’s now up to the Microbiology team to determine what the infection is and plan treatment.
In July 2015, Rosie was diagnosed with restrictive cardiomyopathy, a condition that affects one in a million children. Her mother, Sara, was told that her daughter had severe heart failure and would need a heart transplant within a year if she were to survive.
In the run up to World Storytelling Day on March 20, we'll be sharing stories by classmates of GOSH patient Ezara-Mai, inspired by the ward names at the hospital, which are named after animals. This week, Maddie tells us the story of Eddie the Eagle Edwards – but not the ski jumper!
Hairdressing entrepreneur John Frieda and the hairdressing community have crimped and combed their way to a fantastic fundraising milestone raising £2 million for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
Some of the world’s leading architects are taking part in a competition to design a new clinical building for the fourth phase of our ongoing redevelopment programme. Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) staff, patients, families, carers and our neighbours are invited to an exhibition showcasing their design ideas.
Keir is the only child in the UK (and one of only 26 in the world) with familial cold auto-inflammatory syndrome type 2. The only other person in the country to have it is his mum, Laurie. She tells how GOSH helped them.
“You never expect it will be you that has a poorly child. For us it was a stark reality, and a journey that left us irreversibly changed.” 22-month-old Robert underwent open heart surgery at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) when he was just six days old. His mum, Jennifer, tells their story.