Join the Christmas Stocking Walk
This December, organise a sponsored Christmas Stocking Walk and help bring a child at GOSH one step closer to home.
Every child should have the chance to be at home with their families for Christmas Day. By donning your best Christmas stockings and organising a sponsored walk, you’ll be helping fund vital resources and support that GOSH needs to get seriously ill children one step closer to home.
What? Whether on your own, with your friends, family, colleagues or classmates - organise a sponsored walk to help raise vital funds for GOSH this Christmas. Wear your favourite Christmas socks to help get everyone in the holiday spirit!
When? Choose any date in December to suit you.
Where? Whether you hold a walk in your local park, with your child's school, or with colleagues in an area local to your office - the choice is yours.
How? There is no set distance, so you can choose whatever works for you! Once you've decided when, where and how long your walk will be, you're ready to kick start your fundraising by setting up your JustGiving page.
- You can promote your walk using this promotional poster and this sign-up poster. You can find our fundraising ideas and top tips here.
- Get started by setting up your JustGiving page today. If you’re taking cash donations, download a sponsorship form.
- If you have any questions, see our FAQs or get in touch on email@example.com or 020 3841 3131.
Henry's GOSH story
At five weeks old Henry was transferred to Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), after he had been struggling to breathe and severe issues with his windpipe and trachea were discovered.
Henry spent a total of 15 months at GOSH. Including his first birthday and two Christmases. Mum, Shevonne, says: “During the 15 months we spent in hospital with Henry, we felt completely informed and at the centre of our child’s care. The collaboration across disciplines at GOSH, and with us as parents, was phenomenal.”
Your support can help more children like Henry get one step closer to home this Christmas.
Click here to learn more about Henry’s GOSH story.