The Halloween Party 2022

GOSH HWP HERO SLOT

9 Oct 2022

Galas and special events

Porchester Hall, Porchester Rd, London W2 5HS

We are delighted to confirm that The Halloween Party will be taking place this autumn in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

Following the huge success of the Valentines Party, which raised over £880,000 over three years to fund a new specialised building for Sight and Sound at GOSH, we are excited to be returning once again with this family event.

About the event

Taking place at Porchester Hall on Sunday 9th October from 3-5:30pm, families can once again expect a wonderful afternoon of fun and fundraising. Children will be entertained with an array of activities which have previously included t-shirt printing, model building, jewellery making, biscuit decorating and much more. With the little ones entertained, adults will have the opportunity to win amazing prizes on our Gift Tree or bid on prizes in our exclusive silent auction featuring money can't buy, luxury items and experiences.

Ticket prices

  • Adult £175
  • Child £100
  • Nanny £20

Why we need your support

All of the money raised at The Halloween Party will directly fund vital cancer services at Great Ormond Street Hospital, including pioneering research into kinder and safer treatments and crucial welfare services for patients and families during their time at GOSH, making an enormous difference to the lives of seriously ill children. Our researchers are focused on understanding the genetic profile of each child’s cancer, so doctors can match young patients to clinical trials and treatments most likely to work for them. This approach means fewer side effects, so children can have a better quality of life following cancer treatment.

For information about the event, please contact halloweenparty@gosh.org.

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