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.
The expansion and co-location of surgical services provided by a new surgery centre will enable Great Ormond Street Hospital to continue breaking down the barriers of what is possible in paediatric surgery, and to carry out more procedures, giving more children a chance at life or a higher quality of life.
Evgeny Lebedev, owner of The Independent and the London Evening Standard, was humbled when he witnessed a child's heart surgery at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Here, he writes about this inspiring experience.
Journalists from The Independent met Dr Nagarajan Muthialu – a renowned heart surgeon at Great Ormond Street Hospital, leading the world in paediatric heart surgery – and spoke to the parents of a child he helped.
On average, the Play team at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) have contact with 130 children every day. The support that play specialists give children like Myla is crucial for helping them cope with some of the toughest challenges of being in hospital. With your help we can continue to fund play specialists at GOSH. Please make a donation today.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is one of the top five children’s hospitals in the world and has 255,000 patient visits every year. The hospital's Play team is solely funded by Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity – without donations, this support would not exist. Please give today.
Hannah was born with Pfeiffer Syndrome with a cloverleaf skull, and passed away in 2014.She was 23-years-old and had spent much of her life under the care of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) in London.
Inspired by their daughter Ava’s treatment at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) they have been fundraising together with their friends and family since 2014. Dad Clive tells us more about their fundraising and Ava’s incredible story.
This year the London Lord Mayor's Show featured a very special float celebrating the dreams of Great Ormond Street Hospital patients, from meeting One Direction to playing wheelchair basketball and even living on Mars.
As the UK’s top paediatric doctors warn of the devastating impact of children swallowing button batteries, we meet some of the team from Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) who care for the patients who have suffered from this ingestion injury.