EF MEDISPA directors Theo Fieldgrass and Rudi Fieldgrass supported Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH) at an event on September 8th.
During the event at Stoke Park Golf Club, two teams competed under the leadership of rowing professional Sir Matthew Pinsent CBE and former England rugby player Jason Leonard OBE.
The charity aimed to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital’s most urgent needs. Last year, the event raised £80,000, enabling the hospital to fund an enclosed isolation recovery bay.
Speaking about the event, Theo Fieldgrass said, "We had a fantastic day at Stoke Park Golf and Country Club, raising money for GOSH. Taking part in any charity event is always rewarding, especially when teamed with a wonderful day playing golf with friends. However, this mustn't take away from the huge importance of fundraising events like this.”
He added, “Supporting GOSH means a lot to us as a family and a company. We know what an incredible difference this money can make to other families and the young patients of Great Ormond Street Hospital, and we hope this money can help those who are going through an incredibly tough time."