-AZUL- for the O.M.GOSH-igan’s

Hi all!
We are very happy to announce that
-AZUL- is supporting the O.M.GOSH-igan's Charity Event!

-AZUL- Anais Limited Turq
-AZUL- Anais in Turquoise (Limited Edition Colour)

Available ONLY at ShenaniganS Music Cafe
and 26th July 2015

About the Charity Event:

O.M.Gosh-igans has been created in conjunction with ShenaniganS to raise funds for The Great Ormond Street Childrens Hospital. The event will run from Friday July 24th to Sunday July 26th at ShenaniganS Music cafe, where we will run 12 hours over these days of sets from live musicians and DJs and will be promoted heavily via social media along with the justgiving page set up specifically for real world cash donations.

About the Great Ormond Street Hospital:

Great Ormond Street Hospital was founded by Dr Charles West, who was driven by the shockingly high level of infant mortality in the capital. It was the first hospital in the UK dedicated solely to the treatment of children.

The hospital itself Old Great Ormond Street Building:

Great Ormond Street Hospital started life in a 17th century townhouse with just 10 beds and two physicians. Since then, the hospital has been in a constant state of redevelopment to update ageing wards which have become unsuitable for the treatment of seriously ill children.

Notable supporters:

Great Ormond Street Hospital has been supported by many notable individuals, including JM Barrie (who donated the rights of Peter Pan to the hospital in 1929), Charles Dickens, Queen Victoria and Diana Princess of Wales.


For over 160 years, Great Ormond Street Hospital has been at the forefront of developing new and better ways to treat childhood diseases, pioneering numerous breakthroughs in paediatric care.

Some of our breakthroughs and ‘firsts’ include:

Appointing the UK’s first consultant paediatric surgeon, Denis Browne, in 1928.
Opening the UK’s first heart and lung unit in 1947.
Opening the UK’s first leukaemia research unit in 1961.
Pioneering the first heart and lung bypass machine for children in 1962, to help repair heart problems.
Performing the first successful bone marrow transplant in Britain in 1979, by the late Professor Roland Levinsky.
Undertaking the world’s first stem cell supported tracheal transplant in a child in 2010.
Becoming Europe’s first children’s hospital to offer a portable haemodialysis service in 2010.
Opening Europe’s first research centre to tackle birth defects, the Newlife Birth Defects Research Centre, in 2012.

Prior to becoming part of the NHS in 1948, Great Ormond Street Hospital was known as a voluntary hospital, running fundraising campaigns for new buildings from the 1850s onwards. In the early decades of the NHS, private fundraising was heavily restricted, but the hospital was allowed to continue receiving legacies. In 1982, the government relaxed restrictions on charitable fundraising by individual hospitals. This allowed Great Ormond Street Hospital to initiate the hugely successful national Wishing Well Appeal of 1987–8, which raised £54 million to fund the Variety Club Building. Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity became a separate legal entity from the hospital in 1998.


Blog: http://www.cheese-dispensers.net/blog/omgoshigans-july-2015/

JustGiving Fundraising Website: https://www.justgiving.com/OMGoshigans

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/omgoshigans?fref=ts


Hope you’ll enjoy ♥ xoxoxo

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