Ground Control wear the wrong trousers to work in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital
Last Thursday, we were wearing the wrong trousers in head office to raise money for Great Ormond Street: helping the hospital continue to provide great care to many young children and families.
Great Ormond Street Hospital provides inspirational and world-class care to hundreds of children every day; including some that are close to us at Ground Control. The hospital needs to raise over £50 million every year to help give hope to very sick children and their families.
In aid of GOSH, we fashioned our best ‘wrong trousers’, with many generous donations and a cake sale to raise extra funds for the cause. With our efforts, we raised a total of £720.16!
Communications Manager for Ground Control, Sophie Lyons, said:
“It was fantastic to see so many getting involved to raise money for a great cause. We had an amazing amount of cakes donated for the cake sale, and many funds raised as a result! It’s safe to say, we enjoyed wearing the ‘wrong trousers’ to work, and we are so pleased to have been able to help Great Ormond Street continue doing such a great job caring for many young children and familes.”