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Jingle Jam Announces Charity Partners for 2024

Jingle Jam has announced the eight partner charities that will benefit from money raised during Jingle Jam 2024.

Building on last year’s success, Jingle Jam 2024 will unite the world’s best games, creators, and their communities for a fortnight of entertainment to raise millions of pounds to help make the world a better place for children and young people.

Jingle Jam 2023 saw creators including Vikkstar123, Freyz Playz, Terroriser and RTGame come together alongside founders The Yogscast for the fundraising festivities.

Last year £2.7 million was raised for 12 charity partners, which saw the initiative’s lifetime total pass £25 million.

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) and War Child have been appointed as strategic partners for the next three years and will work closely with Jingle Jam to support the charity's growth - including helping with resources and planning.

The two charities will be joined by Jingle Jam stalwarts Autistica, The Grand Appeal and Whale and Dolphin Conservation, as well as three new charities joining for the first time: Cool Earth, Sarcoma UK and The Trevor Project. 

Founded by Lewis and Simon of the Yogscast back in 2011 to raise money for Oxfam, Jingle Jam has grown significantly in size and momentum ever since and was established as a fundraising charity in 2022.

Jingle Jam has since grown massively, and now draws in hundreds of streamers from around the world and beyond the Yogscast network each year. 

In 2023, over 600 creators held fundraising streams with a combined 1.5m hours of watch-time and over 7.3m views. These included high profile creators such as Vikkstar123, Terroriser, RTGame and Freyz Playz as well as hundreds of community streamers all around the world.


Jingle Jam

Jingle Jam unites the world’s best games, creators, and their communities for a fortnight of entertainment that raises millions of pounds for charities to make the world the best place it can be for children and young people.
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