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.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) patient Maddison received the long distance call of a lifetime this week when British astronaut Tim Peake took time out of his day on board the International Space Station to speak to her in her isolation room at GOSH.
Meet former patient, Cameron, who talks here about having brain surgery at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and how he persuaded his boss to donate a cocktail master class for 10 for the very first Give to GOSH auction.
Heather Campbell is the Internal Communications Assistant at ASK Italian, who have pledged to raise £1 million over three years for the hospital's new surgery centre. Last September the business took on their most ambitious project to date - the ASK Italian Grand Tour! Over the course of 22 days, and covering a total distance of 6,000 miles, ASK Italian teams cycled, walked and drove to every restaurant in the UK, raising money as they went.
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.
Laura Scott is Head of Charitable Programmes at The Walt Disney Company Ltd. Laura manages the partnership at Disney, working with the charity to raise £10 million towards the hospital’s redevelopment.
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!
The genetic cause of a rare condition which causes large moles to grow on the skin and brain before birth and which increases the risk of melanoma, has finally been identified in a study led by the UCL Institute of Child Health (ICH) and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
To coincide with the opening of the Olympic games, the Play team at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) has organised a host of Olympics-themed activities for patients on dialysis or awaiting transplant.
Astronaut, Tim Peake called children and young people at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) from his home 400km above the Earth on the International Space Station. Tim awed children and young people by flying around his floating home and answering questions about daily life, the Universe and how it felt to run the London Marathon in space.