Following two years supporting London’s Air Ambulance, this year Tysers is supporting the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) to help raise vital funds for their much-needed services.

Every day brings new challenges at Great Ormond Street Hospital as over 600 seriously ill children from across the UK arrive for life-changing treatments with young lives hanging in the balance as patients, families and staff battle the most complex illnesses. GOSH employs some of the brightest minds who come together to achieve pioneering medical breakthroughs that change the lives of thousands of children. Despite the greatest challenges a child can face, the hospital is a place where being sick does not always mean being sad. And it’s a place where you’ll find – today and every day – some of the bravest people you could ever meet.

The hospital has always depended on charitable support to help fund the wards and medical facilities designed around children, and which let the hospital treat more patients. It also funds pioneering research to tackle complex childhood illnesses and the most advanced equipment for treating the toughest and rarest conditions.

For over 160 years, GOSH has been at the forefront of developing new and enhanced ways to treat childhood diseases and has pioneered numerous breakthroughs in paediatric care. If you would like to get involved there are a number of events taking place in the coming months. The Charity has places in loads of sporting events across the country as well as some of their own events, such as RBC Race For The Kids in Hyde Park in October, which is a fun 5k for all the family or the London Santa Dash on Clapham Common in December. For those not so sporty types, there’s a baking event, Bake it Better, or loads of ideas for fundraising at work.

By raising money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, we can make the difference.

The children at GOSH need your help today to give them the best chance to fulfil their potential. A better future for seriously ill children starts here.

For more information, or to donate, go to gosh.org