Legacy FAQs and useful links

Teigan at Great Ormond Street Hospital

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity) has helped to fund research that has changed the way we treat young people like Teigan (above), who took part in a pioneering gene therapy trial to treat her rare immunodeficiency. Such research has been made possible, in part, thanks to the vital funding received from those who have left a gift in their Will.



Why does GOSH Charity offer free Will-writing services?

We offer free Will-writing services to help make it easier for you to write or update your Will. Many people who use the services also choose to support us by including a gift in their Will to GOSH Charity.

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I'm an executor or legal professional handling the administration of a legacy. What are my next steps?

Please get in contact with our Legacy team, who will be happy to help.

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What kind of legacy did JM Barrie leave to the hospital?

JM Barrie famously gave all the rights to Peter Pan to the hospital in 1929. Since then the hospital has continued to receive royalties from theatrical performances and publications. 

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