Join the Tick Tock Club

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Passionate about children’s healthcare and making a real difference to the lives of seriously ill children and their families? Join the Tick Tock Club, GOSH Charity’s ‘giving club’, and become part of a unique community of individuals, trusts, foundations and companies.

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Help us build a new CCU

“We need your support to build an incredible new Critical Care Unit, for the most poorly children, from across the UK and beyond, who come to GOSH. Help us bring the facilities in line with the care. Support those children, those families, those staff who are dealing with the toughest times. Support the Tick Tock Club.”

David Ian, CEO Crossroads Live and Chair of the Tick Tock Club

Why join the Tick Tock Club?

By joining the Tick Tock Club, you’ll help to build a world-class Critical Care Unit (CCU) within our revolutionary new Children’s Cancer Centre.

The CCU is where the most seriously ill children, from across the UK are treated.

Currently there is no separation for a child between their bed, where they can relax, and where they have procedures. There is also nowhere for their parents to sleep, meaning that they cannot stay overnight with their child.

The new CCU will house eight state-of-the-art critical care beds, with improved and updated space for staff, patients, and life-saving equipment.

Tick Tock Club member benefits

  • A unique opportunity to become part of a world-class community helping to give children at Great Ormond Street Hospital the best chance to fulfil their potential.

  • Receive bi-annual updates on the impact your support is making to the lives of children, their families, and hospital staff.

  • The opportunity to meet other Tick Tock Club members, key paediatric specialists, researchers, and support staff on tours at Great Ormond Street Hospital and at charity gatherings.

  • Invitations to exclusive events.