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Why we set up Abbie and Sonny's TeamGOSH Fund

Vikki has two children under the care of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), Abbie and Sonny. After benefiting first hand from the parent accommodation at the hospital, Vikki’s family have set up their own TeamGOSH Fund to help raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity so other parents can stay as close to their children as possible.

Eight Nights of Fundraising: Our GOSH Chanukah Appeal

Help us bring light to seriously ill children this Chanukah

Across the eight nights of Chanukah, we’re asking Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) supporters – including you – to raise funds to support our incredible Play team.

Games are an essential part of Chanukah fun, but play is even more important when a child is seriously ill. Our Play team provides care that goes beyond the medical needs of each child, providing an opportunity for children to work through any emotions and worries they have about being in hospital.

Meet our supporters

We couldn't build our new world-class facilities without the help of our supporters. To everyone who’s jogged, baked, boogied, knitted, dressed up, climbed mountains, held a car boot sale, ridden a bike, or made a gift to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity – thank you.

Little heroes – Emily and Luke

Emily and her little brother Luke, who both star in Episode One of Paul O’Grady’s Little Heroes, were both born with cystic fibrosis – a life-long genetic condition where their bodies overproduce mucus that fills up their lungs and complicates other organs. They have been regularly attending Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) ever since they were born. Their mum, Juliet, shares their story…

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Little Hero, George, in corridor

Little Hero – George

When he was seven years old, George was diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy a condition that's very rare in children, with only a few hundred people in the UK developing it in childhood. Here his mum, Serena, tells their story. 

Thirty years of GOSH: Kerry's story

Today, we’ve been asking everyone to show off their #80sme on social media as part of the Then. Now. Always campaign, celebrating 30 years since the Wishing Well Appeal. We’ve had lots of messages over the last week from people who were patients, staff, volunteers and fundraisers for the hospital and charity in the 1980s, like Kerry.