Peter Pan

Peter Pan – the boy who would not grow up – has been helping other children to grow up for over 80 years.
In April 1929, Sir JM Barrie gave all the rights to his play and novel, Peter Pan, to the hospital. Since then, the children's classic has continued to benefit our patients, helping us pioneer new treatments, buy vital equipment and fund groundbreaking research. 

For the full history and more details about the Peter Pan legacy, including ways to get involved, please visit our Peter Pan website or email peterpan@gosh.org