Blake Harrison and Roman Kemp stream for War CHild.


Did you know you can change lives just by playing games? Find out how to stream for us and make a difference to children’s lives in conflict.

Stream for War Child and help transform lives 

Whether you're a seasoned Twitch streamer or you’ve never streamed before in your life, you can help raise money to support children in conflict zones by running a charity stream.  

From a 24-hour gaming marathon, a speedrun challenge, to just messing around with some friends, it’s up to you what you stream.

How it works 

To do a charity stream for War Child, you’ll need to sign up to the Tiltify fundraising platform, which has been designed with gamers and streamers in mind.  

On the platform, you’ll find guides and answers to the most commonly asked questions. We’ve also created our own streamer toolkit to support you on your journey to becoming a streamer for War Child.

Sign up to stream for War Child.

Download our Streamer Toolkit.

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