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Exclusive Floral Alphabet Collection

This Christmas, we are delighted to announce that sales from our new collection 'The Floral Alphabet' will be directly supporting the amazing work of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

Bursting with tangled blooms, sculpted leaves and intricate petals, every 'Floral Alphabet' pendant will feature the optional addition of a blue topaz teardrop inspired by the teardrop in the Charity's logo. This iconic logo features the face of a child with a single tear and was originally created 30 years ago to mark the launch of the ‘Wishing Well Appeal’, which raised vital funds for the hospital.

 In the run up to Christmas we've donated £30 from each Floral Alphabet Necklace sold directly to GOSH.

Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity

Children from across the UK with the rarest and most complex conditions are cared for at GOSH, and money raised by the Floral Alphabet range will support the hospital’s most urgent needs as it cares for these patients. This includes funding pioneering research, state-of-the-art medical equipment, the rebuilding and refurbishing of the hospital, and support services for families and patients including parent accommodation so mums and dads can stay close by when their children are in hospital.

Sarah Wolf from Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity said:

“We are so honoured that Alex Monroe has chosen to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity by featuring the teardrop from the logo in the beautifully designed Floral Alphabet range. Christmas is such a special time of year for families, but many children at GOSH will be too sick to leave the hospital. The money raised through sales from this range over the festive season will make a real difference to GOSH patients and their families.”