Dare to take the stairs for a sky-high Tower Climb challenge!
Sign up and climb up London's iconic Walkie Talkie building and raise money to help seriously ill children at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
Climb up 36 floors and 896 steps before being rewarded at the top for your efforts. Celebrate your Tower Climb achievement with your family and friends by raising a glass and enjoying the spectacular 360-degree views of London from the beautiful Sky Garden.
Registration takes less than three minutes. Early bird registration fee: £20 until 24 December 2023.
Saturday 16 March 2024
20 Fenchurch Street, London
Fundraising pledge: £250
Registration fee: £20 Early Bird registration
What happens on the day
The time you select during the registration process is your arrival time. The first arrival time is 8am, with the climb starting 30 minutes later. There are slots every 30 minutes to choose from.
There are 36 floors to take you up to the Sky Garden, which adds up to an impressive 896 steps!
You can run, jog or walk your way to the Sky Garden – whatever you feel most comfortable doing.
Your friends and family are welcome to wait in the Sky Garden to see you cross the Tower Climb finishing line.
Everyone is welcome to stay in the Sky Garden after their Tower Climb challenge to enjoy the stunning views.
Help with fundraising
Everyone taking part in Tower Climb is asked to fundraise a minimum of £250 in sponsorship for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. This goes towards all the amazing, lifesaving work that GOSH does.
When you sign up, you will automatically be set up with a Funraisin fundrasing page. Get in touch with the Tower Climb team if you would like any fundraising materials or need any advice.
Your registration fee goes towards the cost of putting on the Tower Climb event.
Why we need you
GOSH Charity needs your support more than ever. Your registration fee goes towards the cost of putting on the Tower Climb event, so by fundraising, you'll help to fund:
- groundbreaking research
- advanced equipment
- child and family support services
- the rebuilding and refurbishment of wards and medical facilities within the hospital.