Help fund bedrooms at the Children's Cancer Centre

Help fund bedrooms at the Children's Cancer Centre

Your donation will help to fund patient bedrooms at the new Children’s Cancer Centre

Cancer is the biggest killer of children aged one to 14 in the UK.

That’s why we’re building a new, world-leading Children’s Cancer Centre at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). To give more children the chance to lead happy, healthy lives. And to help improve the odds for children with cancer once and for all.

How your support could help

GOSH already has a dedicated team of experts who specialise in the most complex childhood cancers. Dr Emma Stockton is a Consultant Anaesthetist at GOSH. She says: “We have a whole team, including doctors, nurses and physiotherapists, helping to build the vision.” But we need your help to bring that vision to life.

Donate today to help fund patient bedrooms and give children like Alyssa the room they desperately need to recover.

Artist impression of a patient bedroom at the new Children's Cancer Centre

Artist impression of a patient bedroom at the new Children's Cancer Centre

Help us make the difficult times a little easier

The new Children's Cancer Centre will be a place designed with the needs of children like Alyssa and their families at its heart. A place that will support every aspect of care, from diagnosis to remission and beyond.

Help us fund patient bedrooms at the new Children’s Cancer Centre at GOSH and give children like Alyssa the room they desperately need to recover.

Build it. Beat it.

Your kind donation will be used to fund patient and family bedrooms at the new Children’s Cancer Centre. In the event that additional funds are raised over and above our target of £500,000, we reserve the right to redirect funds for use against the hospital’s most urgent needs.