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We’d like to say a huge well done to all the amazing schools who have supported us this year! http://blog.gosh.org/our-charity/top-of-the-class-shining-a-light-on-schools-fundraising/

We’d like to say a huge well done to all the amazing schools who have supported us this year! http://blog.gosh.org/our-charity/top-of-the-class-shining-a-light-on-schools-fundraising/

Last week, staff from our Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Units took part in a muddy challenge to raise money to support Great Ormond Street Hospital. Think you could too? Take on one of our obstacle runs: http://www.gosh.org/gen/events-and-appeals/challenge-events/run/obstacle/

Last week, staff from our Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Units took part in a muddy challenge to raise money to support Great Ormond Street Hospital. Think you could too? Take on one of our obstacle runs: http://www.gosh.org/gen/events-and-appeals/challenge-events/run/obstacle/

Review: CECIL BEATON   THEATRE OF WAR   IWM: RUNS 6th Sept 2012   1st Jan 2013

Review: CECIL BEATON THEATRE OF WAR IWM: RUNS 6th Sept 2012 1st Jan 2013

We've been overwhelmed with the support we've received from budding bakers up and down the UK so far this Bake it Better week. Here's just a few of our favourite photos: http://blog.gosh.org/our-charity/to-everyone-whos-helped-us-to-bakeitbetter/

We've been overwhelmed with the support we've received from budding bakers up and down the UK so far this Bake it Better week. Here's just a few of our favourite photos: http://blog.gosh.org/our-charity/to-everyone-whos-helped-us-to-bakeitbetter/

From Europe’s first ever genetic counselling clinic to maximising the power of modern day technology, GOSH has always been at the forefront of improving care for children with genetic conditions. Here’s a brief history of genetics and GOSH http://blog.gosh.org/research/a-history-of-genetics-at-gosh/

From Europe’s first ever genetic counselling clinic to maximising the power of modern day technology, GOSH has always been at the forefront of improving care for children with genetic conditions. Here’s a brief history of genetics and GOSH http://blog.gosh.org/research/a-history-of-genetics-at-gosh/

The opening of our new building two weeks ago was only possible thanks to our supporters. Meet some of our supporters who helped make it happen!   http://blog.gosh.org/our-charity/how-our-supporters-make-all-the-difference/

The opening of our new building two weeks ago was only possible thanks to our supporters. Meet some of our supporters who helped make it happen! http://blog.gosh.org/our-charity/how-our-supporters-make-all-the-difference/

In 1936 Princess Tsahai, daughter of Emperor Haile Selassie of Abyssinia (today's Ethiopia), trained and worked as a nurse at GOSH after fleeing to England following the Italian invasion of her country. #GOSHistory

In 1936 Princess Tsahai, daughter of Emperor Haile Selassie of Abyssinia (today's Ethiopia), trained and worked as a nurse at GOSH after fleeing to England following the Italian invasion of her country. #GOSHistory

“I pulled a team together myself last year… we raised £942!” Rhianna, who has Craniosynostosis Syndrome, is part of our Race for the Kids family. Will you join the family this year? http://blog.gosh.org/race-for-the-kids-2/rhiannas-race-for-the-kids/

“I pulled a team together myself last year… we raised £942!” Rhianna, who has Craniosynostosis Syndrome, is part of our Race for the Kids family. Will you join the family this year? http://blog.gosh.org/race-for-the-kids-2/rhiannas-race-for-the-kids/

Could your school help decorate Great Ormond Street Hospital with Christmas messages? Find out how you could raise a smile this Christmas: http://blog.gosh.org/our-charity/christmas-schools-poster/

Could your school help decorate Great Ormond Street Hospital with Christmas messages? Find out how you could raise a smile this Christmas: http://blog.gosh.org/our-charity/christmas-schools-poster/

“I’ve spent months crying with fear and now I just want to cry again!” Cody is one of just 10-12 children diagnosed with a vein of Galen malformation each year. Last night’s 'Great Ormond Street' saw him undergo surgery at GOSH. Find out how he’s doing now…http://gosh.sh/1SfLVfp

“I’ve spent months crying with fear and now I just want to cry again!” Cody is one of just 10-12 children diagnosed with a vein of Galen malformation each year. Last night’s 'Great Ormond Street' saw him undergo surgery at GOSH. Find out how he’s doing now…http://gosh.sh/1SfLVfp

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