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Can you take on a running challenge and be a champion for the children at Great Ormond Street Hospital? There's plenty of time to build up your fitness before the Vitality Run Hackney Half Marathon in April, or the brand new London 10 Mile run this summer. As part of our team of champions you'll receive a digital welcome pack of advice and fundraising materials, a complimentary running vest,...
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“I hope that he’ll be proud of who he is.”

Due to a rare genetic condition, Josh was born blind. At Great Ormond Street Hospital, he is given the help and care he needs, as well as an opportunity to take part in world-leading research that can make a real difference for future patients. We spoke to his mum, Wendy, about their time at GOSH and the value of research. [ Goo.gl Link ]

A lifeline for Josh

“We were so relieved to get a diagnosis and Freddie’s life has really changed since.” Freddie was six-years-old when he was diagnosed with CAPS (Cryopyrin-Associated Periodic Syndrome), an extremely rare condition affecting around one in a million people. To help other children at Great Ormond Street Hospital, Freddie and his family will be doing something silly with their hair and fundraising...
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Do you have a Marks and Spencer Sparks card? Did you pick GOSH as your chosen charity? If so, thank you! Together, you’ve raised an incredible £250,000 to support the hospital and patients just like Delilah pictured here.

Tim Johnson, the charity’s CEO, explains the amazing difference you’re making every time you shop at M&S: “The hospital’s pioneering research and treatment gives hope to...
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“Once upon a time, there was a lost and lonely giraffe named Gemma, trying to find her home and her loved ones.”

Discover the latest magical short story from the classmates of patient and charity ambassador Ezara-Mai – inspired by the ward names at GOSH. Read more: [ Goo.gl Link ]

Ellie the saviour

"The pièce de résistance? Watching the pro peloton battle for victory on the Champs Èlysèes in the final stage of the Tour de France, the day after you reach the French capital." Join us in July for the ultimate cycling adventure, the London to Paris challenge. Take to the road, fundraise and be a champion for children Great Ormond Street Hospital. As part of the GOSH peloton you'll receive a...
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“The first memory I have is a sad one. I was in the back of an ambulance in Scotland being rushed to hospital when my kidneys had failed. I still remember it clearly – I could see my dad driving behind me. The doctors said I could’ve died in a few hours.”

At the age of one, Teigan was taken into intensive care. Seven months later, she was diagnosed with an immunodeficiency. With more...
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What do you have planned for 2017? By taking on a challenge and raising money for children at Great Ormond Street Hospital, you would be part of something big. Watch our show-reel and be inspired to be a champion for children this year. [ Gosh.org Link ]
Nurses! Are you interested in a career at GOSH? Come along to our Nurse Recruitment Day on Wednesday 1 February to find out what it’s like to work here and to take a tour of our world-class facilities. Whether you’re a student nurse, newly qualified or an experienced nurse, we have opportunities for you to build your career. Book your place now: [ Eventbrite.co.uk Link ]
It's back for 2017! On Friday 10 February, people up and down the country will be doing something silly with their hair and raising funds for seriously ill children at Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity. You can join them by signing up to Bad Hair Day today: [ Gosh.org Link ]
Up to 50% off in The GOSH Shop January sale! We’re clearing the decks with up to 50% off selected lines – there are 2017 calendars and diaries, a full range of Christmas cards for the organised among you and lots of fun toys and games including this BFG jigsaw.

Limited stock available. With all purchases helping to support the hospital, what are you waiting for? [ Goo.gl Link ]
Be part of something new in 2017: the City Run Series is a brand-new 10 mile London run. By taking part and fundraising for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity, you'll help us make extraordinary things happen every day. Become a champion for children by signing up now: [ Gosh.org Link ]
Here’s a new year’s resolution worth keeping… take on a challenge and raise money for seriously ill children at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Choose from six events for 2017 including cycling, skydiving, running and triathlons. [ Gosh.org Link ]
Happy new year from the physiotherapy team and everyone at GOSH! Wishing you a wonderful 2017
Meet Helen Douglas, GOSH physiotherapist, and discover how the humble space hopper can play a very useful role in the successful treatment of long-term conditions, including cystic fibrosis. [ Goo.gl Link ]

Getting their bounce back: how space hoppers help treatment of cystic fibrosis

"Just keep swimming" - Young People's Forum member Jamie explains how a simple quote from one of her favourite childhood films helped her to deal with the difficulties of a long-term condition. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Just keep swimming, by Jamie

Every day 260 new children arrive at GOSH, each facing their own battle. With your support, we will ensure that some of the world’s brightest minds can develop medical breakthroughs so that life can prevail again the toughest odds. We’re calling for you to take on a challenge in the new year and raise money for seriously ill children at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Find out more at [ Gosh.org...
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The classmates of GOSH patient and ambassador Ezara-Mai have been creating marvellous short stories, inspired by the names of the hospital's wards.

Today is the turn of Oona's epic tale in celebration of Caterpillar ward - featuring royalty, adventure and a lot of ice cream! [ Goo.gl Link ]

The caterpillar and the queen

Thank you Harlequins Rugby Union for inviting patients Tom and Patrick to be mascots for #BigGame9 at Twickenham today! They absolutely loved it.
“It was a shock to potentially have a heart condition, as I’d never been in hospital myself. It was really worrying. Thankfully, the GOSH nurses put me at ease and made me feel comfortable. They even put a hospital band on my teddy’s wrist, too!” Nicole has been attending GOSH since she was eight years old, when she was diagnosed with Brugada syndrome. Now 18, Nicole is moving on to adult...
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