Do your own fundraising in 2021

Help raise money for GOSH patients like Jayden.

Get some inspiration and raise money for seriously ill children at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

Get involved, stay home and have some fun

There's lots of ways to get involved, start fundraising and make a difference from the comfort of your own home whether it's on your own, with the people you're living with or virtually with friends and family. Download our free fundraising pack and see what you can adapt to do at home or virtually or check out the ideas here or below for some quick ways to get going.  

Or if you have an event in mind or planned in the diary then we'd love to hear about it. Click the button below to register your event and create a JustGiving page.

Other ways you can help right now:

Fundraising A-Z

We‘ve created this A–Z fundraising guide full of great ideas to help you get your fundraising up and running.

Host your own virtual fundraising event

You've mastered the virtual world over the last year, now turn those skills to hosting your own online fundraising event. Host a quiz, a wine tasting or even an online class in any subject you like, the choice is yours.

Download our guide for some inspiration and start a fundraising page to see what amazing contribution you can make?

Celebrate and Donate: If you're unable to share your birthday or celebration with friends or family at the moment, why not ask for donations instead of gifts. Find out more about how you can celebrate and donate.

Stay safe whilst fundraising

The health and safety of all of our supporters is a priority. Due to the current challenges posed by COVID-19 we want to make sure that you're keeping safe whilst planning your event. All fundraising activity undertaken by members of the public must adhere to government guidelines around social distancing.

The difference you'll make

GOSH patients and families need your support now more than ever. Children still need to come to GOSH every single day, but their parents are bringing them to the hospital under extraordinary circumstances.

Infection control restrictions only allow one carer per family to be in the hospital and that one carer must be strong for a worried child who is treated by people in masks and protective clothing. They also have to plan their travel and accommodation under the same lockdown rules as the rest of us.

What is already a stressful time is even more challenging. Whatever shape your fundraising takes, you can help us to deliver the practical and emotional support parents and families need, now more than ever.

Thank you for the support you're giving to GOSH, now and always.