Innovative students launch fundraiser for Children's Hospital
A Year 11 student, along with her ex-student brother, have launched a fundraising initiative selling washable, reusable face masks to support Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
Hannah and her brother Joshua set up the new business to give something back to GOSH - since the age of eight, Joshua relied on life saving treatment from the hospital. The siblings are heavily involved in the hospital, including contributing the Young Person's Forum.
They said: "As Great Ormond Street Hospital plays a role in the national response to the COVID -19 crisis by treating more children from UK hospitals, resources will become increasingly stretched. The charity needs more support than ever, so we have decided to supply 100% cotton face masks to the public, raising money for a cause which means the world to us.
Your support at this time will therefore make an enormous difference and enable GOSH to continue providing vital support to staff, patients and their families in this challenging time and beyond."
The face masks cost £7.99 each and are washable and reusable. They can be purchased via https://hardy.world/ and all profits will be donated to GOSH.