Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity – known as GOSH Charity – held their annual ‘Love GOSH’ fundraiser this week, featuring a donation of stunning single-stem roses donated by Flower Market business Bloomfield Wholesale Florist Ltd.
Pictured above: one of the tables at The Londoner Hotel fundraiser, featuring a display created with roses donated by New Covent Garden Flower Market.
Bloomfield’s Sam Hardcastle was delighted to support the fundraising event for the second year running, which was again held at Leicester Square's Londoner Hotel on Thursday 8 February. “It’s a privilege to be able to support Great Ormond Street Hospital for a successive year as it’s a wonderful organisation,” says Sam, who donated 360 red, white, and pink roses to decorate the event's tables.
Pictured above: Bloomfield's Justin O'Brien with the 360 roses ready to be delivered to the event
The Love GOSH gala dinner saw 360 London-based guests invited to support the wonderful work of Great Ormond Street Hospital, with the Flower Market’s involvement reflected in a brochure given to guests on the night. “Last year’s event raised an amazing £750,000, and we’re hoping to have beaten that sum this year,” says Lilly O’Brien, Event Manager at Great Ormond Street Hospital. “We really appreciate the Flower Market’s generosity and all funds raised will support the hospital brand-new state-of-the-art Children’s Cancer Centre, located close to Russell Square in Holborn.”
Find out more about The Children's Cancer Centre – and how to donate – here.