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Did you know: the makers of Sainsbury's brilliant Christmas ad used innovative 3D printing techniques to create Dave’s facial expressions. We’re no strangers to 3D printing here at GOSH – last year a charity-funded 3D printer was used to create an exact replica of a trachea to trial a tricky procedure prior to a child going under anaesthetic. Here’s how it works… [ Youtube.com Link ]

Great Ormond Street Hospital 3D prints trachea

An exact replica model of a trachea, created using a 3D printer, has been used to trial a complex procedure with incredible accuracy prior to a child going u...

Last year, Evie and her family spent Christmas on Bear Ward as she waited for a heart transplant. Send a festive message of hope to our patients and their families staying at GOSH this year and let them know you’re thinking of them – it’s quick, easy and messages will be displayed digitally at the hospital for patients and staff to read.

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‘It’s not long until Christmas. Are you excited?’ Meet GOSH patients Fredi, James, Sophie and their families in this video created by the Radio Times, who are helping more families be together this Christmas: radiotimes.com/gosh

Great Ormond Street Hospital – What do you think of when you think of Christmas?

How are the patients and families at Great Ormond Street Hospital feeling about Christmas?

54 children undergo life-changing operations at GOSH every day. Join 3,000 santas at the start line of the London Santa Dash on Sunday, and you'll help our families stay together over the festive period and enjoy Christmas away from the comfort of home. Register to run today: goo.gl/5xHSIW
“I’ve worked in an adult’s cardiac intensive care unit as well, but to work in a children’s unit on Christmas Day is magical.” Barbara, the matron on Flamingo Ward at Great Ormond Street Hospital tells us how she helps families spend time together at Christmas: [ Gosh.org Link ]

Christmas on an intensive care unit

GOSH patients Stanley and Ronan are loving their ‘The Greatest Gift’ stop-motion film kits! Pick yours up from Sainsbury's now for just £5 – and £2 will come straight to GOSH.

Every penny raised from our festive partnership with Sainsbury’s will help to fund the hospital’s essential parent accommodation service, helping even more families be together this Christmas. Pick up your kit today: [...
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Amazing volunteers from Disney Store visited the hospital last week to hand out soft toys to all the patients. In its eighth year, this annual donation is part of Disney Store’s Christmas campaign, 'From Our Family to Yours' and it continues to be a real treat! We want to say a big thank you to the team at Disney Store, your generosity is very appreciated.
Mia (the littlest Santa below!) has been a GOSH patient since birth after being diagnosed with a life-threatening heart condition and a genetic condition affecting her vision and hearing at just a few hours old. Today, her inspiring story features in the Evening Standard including how Mia, her brothers Oscar and Oliver, and her dad and uncle are all taking on the London Santa Dash for GOSH...
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When twins Ben and James were 17 months old, mum Viki noticed they weren’t feeling well. At first it just seemed like a nasty cold, but Ben soon started to become lethargic. That weekend Ben collapsed and was rushed to a local hospital where he was diagnosed with meningitis. He was then transferred to intensive care at GOSH.

The severity of Ben’s condition meant he spent Christmas at GOSH,...
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260 children arrive at GOSH every day.
Four go straight to intensive care.

There's only 5 days left until the London Santa Dash. By taking part and fundraising, you'll help our families stay together over the festive period and enjoy Christmas away from the comfort of home. Get your place: goo.gl/ieywc6
“We were lucky enough to have parent accommodation to stay in together near GOSH while our little girl was fighting to be with us today. The charity provided us with a sanctuary where our family could spend time together, supporting each other through the toughest and most emotional times we have ever encountered.”

Meet Isobel, one of the brilliant patient stars of our Christmas partnership...
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"I enjoyed making the animation and seeing the characters move. The backgrounds were great as you can change them!” GOSH patient Toby, who has undergone two kidney transplants, created this brilliant film using Sainsbury's ‘The Greatest Gift’ film animation kit!

Pick up a kit for just £5 from Sainsbury’s:...
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The new edition of the Radio Times features the story of GOSH patient Ben, and his family, who spent last Christmas at the hospital. Get your copy in shops from tomorrow!
Amelia came to GOSH when she was four months old, just before Christmas 2009. She had suddenly collapsed due to an undiagnosed heart condition and was rushed to GOSH for life-saving surgery. On Christmas day, Amelia gave her parents the 'best present ever' when she opened her eyes. While Amelia was in hospital, her mum and dad were able to stay close by in the family accommodation funded by...
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Twelve-year-old Ezara-Mai - who comes to GOSH for treatment for juvenile dermatomyositis - and her classmates recently wrote stories inspired by the hospital wards named after animals. In this first one, Ilir tells us how the giraffe got its long neck and snazzy colour scheme: gosh.org/news/latest-news/why-giraffe-has-long-neck
Suited. Bearded. Ready to run? The London Santa Dash is just one week away! December 4, Clapham Common. Get your place: [ Goo.gl Link ]
Our Autumn Raffle has now closed – good luck to everyone who entered! We'll be updating this page with the lucky winners on December 5! gosh.org/donate/autumn-raffle-winners
Black Friday sale! Quick – we’ve dropped the registration fees for the London Santa Dash to just £22.50 for adults and £12.50 for children, but only until Sunday 27 November. Get in quick and secure your place for the capital’s biggest and best festive run: [ Goo.gl Link ]