We couldn't build our new world-class facilities without the help of our supporters. To everyone who’s jogged, baked, boogied, knitted, dressed up, climbed mountains, held a car boot sale, ridden a bike, or made a gift to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity – thank you.
England football star Jack Wilshere has become the latest celebrity to back our Give to GOSH appeal after visiting patients in the hospital. During his visit, Wilshere went head-to-head in a game of finger football with a patient and explained why he's endorsing our appeal.
Top names from the business community, including Ken Costa, Huw Jenkins and Steve Ingham, came together on Monday 30 September in support of the Tick Tock Club and its launch of a new £10 million appeal for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity....
Epilepsies are the most common neurological diseases in children. At Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), Dr Philippa Mills and her team have identified the genetic and biochemical basis of two seizure disorders that are responsive to treatment with vitamin B6.
Well known faces from the worlds of entertainment and sport joined families, friends and colleagues for the RBC Race for the Kids 5k fun run in Battersea Park on Sunday 9 June, raising vital funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
Zoë was just a few months old when she was diagnosed with Crouzon syndrome. She has since undergone at least six operations, including pioneering craniofacial surgery at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
Brothers Rayyan and Yasin are both patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Their mum, Tehsin, is taking part in RBC Race for the Kids 2016 at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday 15 May and shares her story here.
Melissa is a ward sister at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and since 7.30am, when she started her shift, she has been responsible for children being treated for epilepsy, complex craniofacial syndromes, neuromuscular disorders and spinal cord abnormalities.