Going live to raise money for our cause, it will attract others who are interested in fundraising streams and may get you some new loyal viewers.
Set up a fundraising page on JustGiving and add a donate button to your stream. If it’s your first time using JustGiving here is how you set up you fundraising page.
Regardless of the type of fundraising you’re doing, setting up your Twitch account and making sure everything is operational could help you raise more money. Get in touch with us so that we can design a special frame for the stream. Below are a few suggestions for the kinds of online events you could hold.
Shout loud and proud about your event and spread the word. We’ll be there with you throughout, sharing ideas, helpful tips, and advice. Check out some of our fundraising materials they may help you out.
The time has come for your live stream. Launch your event, stream the action, and watch the donations and support pour in! We are excited to see what you do!
All you need to do is pick the game of your choice, and play it forward by inviting friends, family, colleagues and followers to join you in raising money for Cyfannol. Please check with out team to make sure the game you are planning to play meet in line with our ethics.
Live streaming doesn’t have to be sedentary. Get up and get moving, and encourage your viewers to do the same. You don’t have to limit yourself. Come up with your own routine, or teach a dance lesson instead! You can also sync your Strava account to your fundraising page, here how.
Live music is hugely popular among live stream. You don’t have to know how to sing or play an instrument to entertain people. Whatever talents make your real-life friends happy are sure to please your virtual audience too!
A Q&A stream boosts interaction, draws more people in, and helps your viewers connect to you more personally. In today’s world, people appreciate authenticity. Either write some questions beforehand or ask viewers to send questions via chat or your social media.
Wouldn’t it be fun to demonstrate your cooking and eating skills? A live stream dedicated to eating and interacting with the audience actually has a name. It’s called a mukbang. Show your audience how to prepare a dish, then eat it together!
Arts and crafts are the perfect activity for a live stream, whether you’re doing a tutorial or just letting viewers watch as you work. Show your audience how to make cute crafts for an upcoming holiday, or challenge yourself to craft something unique out of random materials and get people to make a donation to us.