Ten-year-old Elle, who has cystic fibrosis and needs a double lung transplant at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), has recorded pop video that has over 75,500 views online. The family are hoping to raise awareness of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Mum Becky tells their story.
After being showcased at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this summer, the Morgan Stanley Garden designed by award-winning Plantsman and Designer Chris Beardshaw makes its way to the heart of Great Ormond Street Hospital. In his own words, Chris talks about the inspiration behind the Garden.
It has been another busy week for Give to GOSH. With little over a week to go until the end of our appeal, this week saw one of our cast members returning to school, the launch of the fourth and final auction, and ended the week with the story of three patients who have had successful heart transplants.
In week ten of Give to GOSH, the coverage gave an insight into some of the key roles at the hospital, as well as the exciting development of a new clinical building that is set to pioneer new research into rare childhood conditions. Lastly, we ended the week by reaching a new appeal milestone.
We are very excited to announce that we are through to the final two of the voting campaign to be Wickes’ charity partner! Do you know anyone who works for Wickes? Please spread the word for Great Ormond Street Hospital, and encourage them to #VoteGOSH.
Have you achieved your New Year’s resolution yet? Make 2016 your year of adventure by signing up to a challenge event – you can run, jump, trek or bike to raise vital funds for us.
Former Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) patient, Dan, likes to set himself big challenges after being giving a second chance at life. Here he explains what inspired him in his latest adrenalin-fuelled mission…