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Fundraising to create a better future for the UK’s most seriously ill children

Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, Lily

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity) appointed BriteVox in 2021 to grow their individual giving fundraising campaigns across both their regular giving and lottery propositions.

This amazing and ongoing support from members of the public has been instrumental in enabling the team at Great Ormond Street Hospital to continue their ground-breaking research into children’s health and providing world-class care to some of the UK’s most seriously ill children.

“GOSH Charity have worked with BriteVox for over a year across our Lottery and Regular Giving face to face programme. The team are results driven and solutions focused while remaining friendly and positive.”

“The ability to do this has taken pressure off the rest of our programme, and ensured we’re investing in the best quality donors whilst achieving our volume targets. This allows us to plan long term.”

“Their operations management is clear and thorough which gives me confidence and trust in how they process supporter data. Their fundraisers are passionate, take pride in representing us, and are good brand ambassadors out in the field. Overall BriteVox offers us a great combination of enthusiasm and professionalism.”

Abena Bentum
Head of Committed Giving – Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, BriteVox fundraising team
Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, Lily meets member of BriteVox team

Lily, the face of the fundraising campaign

Lily was referred to Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) when she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). After four rounds of intensive chemotherapy treatment at GOSH, Lily is back home with her family and is doing well.

Lily’s mum, Sam, on meeting a GOSH Charity door to door fundraiser in January 2022:

“Something strange and wonderful happened here on Friday. A GOSH Charity fundraiser knocked at the door whilst doing the rounds in our village to encourage people to sign up to regular donations….when we told him that the girl on his leaflet was our daughter he was astounded and so excited to meet her! What a coincidence! We had a good chat and he was so lovely and enthusiastic and overjoyed to see the sick little girl on his leaflet now the picture of health. I think it shows effectively how the work of fundraising sees such positive end results.”