On 5 December, charities and NGOs around the world mark International Volunteer Day, a day of recognition for the volunteers behind good causes everywhere. To celebrate, we met four Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) volunteers to talk about their work – and the wonders of life at GOSH!
We are looking for volunteers to join our team of over 120 community ambassadors. We need people who are friends and supporters of Great Ormond Street Hospital, and who can be the face of the hospital and charity in their communities.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) provides inspirational, world-class care to hundreds of children every day. We need to raise £100 million a year to fund vital redevelopment, buy the latest equipment, to give hope via parent and patient support, and to support ground-breaking research....
Daughter Millie suffered from a rare and aggressive form of cancer and was treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Here Steve tells us about his experiences with GOSH and why he chose to run the London Marathon to help raise money for the hospital.
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.
Tune in to BBC One on Thursday 10 November at 8pm to see how an army of volunteers moved Chris Beardshaw’s award-winning Morgan Stanley Garden for Great Ormond Street Hospital from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on to a roof top space in the heart of the hospital.
Sophia was brought to Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) at one day old suffering from meconium ileus (MI), and was soon diagnosed with cystic fibrosis (CF). Lisa, her mum, talks about staying in the hospital accommodation and their time on Badger Ward.
The money raised with the help of Bernie Ecclestone and the Formula 1 ®community has played a significant part in the building of the hospital’s new Heart and Lung Centre as well as the redevelopment of the Surgery Centre and we are hugely grateful for their continued support.