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A special thank you

The completion of the Mittal Children’s Medical Centre is only possible because of the thousands of gifts to GOSH Charity, including those from Aditya and Megha Mittal and family, Premier Inn and Restaurants, Morgan Stanley, The Barclay Foundation, The Walt Disney Company Ltd, Khoo Teck Puat UK Foundation, JN and Dame Phyllis Somers, The Wolfson Foundation, The Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust, The Dorfman Foundation, The Aghia Philothei Trust, Royal Bank of Canada, Kidney Care UK, Menashi Ephraim and the Tick Tock Club members and benefactors... and everyone up and down the country.

Together you raised the vital funds to open this new building and make a huge difference to seriously ill children from across the UK.

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F1® Party raises over £900,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity

On Wednesday 2 July 2014, F1® drivers and celebrities marked the official launch of the 2014 FORMULA 1 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX at the 10th annual F1® Party in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. 

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity celebrates 15th annual Christmas Carol Concert

On Tuesday 9 December, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity held its 15th annual Christmas Carol Concert at St Paul’s Church, Knightsbridge.

The star-studded event, hosted by Myleene Klass, raised £229,000 and featured festive readings from...

Meet GOSH nurse, Lynsay

This year, GOSH nurse Lynsay has set herself the inspiring challenge of completing all of the adidas City Runs taking place across London. As the next event – the Clapham 10K – approaches, Lynsay shares how she got excited about running and why she’s fundraising for GOSH Charity....

Rising to the Tower Climb challenge

One-year-old George has been treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) for a condition called multicystic dysplastic kidney (MCDK) almost since he was born. 

Here, his dad, Nick, tells us why he’s decided to climb the 828 steps of the Walkie Talkie building this 2 March, to raise money for GOSH. 

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