Stream for Starlight

Stream for Starlight

Love gaming and streaming? Turn your passion into donations and help protect place for seriously ill children!

Charity fundraising streams are as simple as they are brilliant. Set yourself a challenge – like a gaming marathon or a speedrun of your favourite game. Tell your friends what you’re doing. Livestream yourself and ask for donations while you do it. Make a difference.

We can help with everything from setting up a stream to adding a donation button to your feed. Are you ready to play?

Win a Nintendo Amiibo

Steam for Starlight as part of our #FreedomToPlay campaign this August and you could win a Nintendo Amiibo for a range of top Switch games, including Animal Crossing and Super Mario Smash Bros.

Get a donation on your fundraising page – £10 to £1,000, every little helps! – and we’ll reward you with an Amiibo. Email [email protected] with a link to your fundraising page to claim your prize.

Win a Nintendo Amiibo
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You Play, They Play

At Starlight, we provide resources to aid play and distraction in hospitals such as toys, entertainment, and Gaming Bundles so children don’t miss out on vital play, which is crucial for a child’s social and emotional development.

By ‘Streaming for Starlight’ you can help bring play and entertainment to seriously ill children across the UK, at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic has made play in hospital even more challenging.

When you play, we can all play!

You Play, They Play

The Starlight Gaming bundles have been an invaluable resource in helping our patients, children & young people deal with the anxieties they feel in hospital. The bundle helps normalise the day for children, makes their time in hospital fun and also provides an effective form of distraction when patients have to have procedures done such as blood tests and cannulation.