Stream for Charity

Start a livestream to fundraise
for Daffodil Day 2024

Calling Aussie gamers – Cancer Council needs your skills! We've partnered with Tiltify to help you fundraise by livestreaming video games. Pick a platform, sign up to Tiltify, and get ready to raise much-needed funding for cancer research!

What our streamers aim to achieve

For Daffodil Day in 2022, our streamers contributed to around $2.5 million in funding for cancer research. This year, we aim to do even better. Over 400 people are diagnosed with cancer every day in Australia. Your 24-hour stream for charity can help improve survival rates and save lives.

Become a Daffodil Day streamer with Tiltify

Here's how to become a charity streamer

Register online today

Start an account with Tiltify to get started.

Fundraise your way

Pick a game and get ready to start your stream.

Support cancer research

Stream by 22 August and raise money for Daffodil Day.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a following to stream?

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No, you don't need a following to get streaming. You can promote your channel through social media or through any other medium. Advertising your stream a week or two in advance will net you a good audience when it comes time to play.

What games can I stream for Daffodil Day?

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You can stream any game you want for Daffodil Day. Just make sure the content falls within the parameters of your streaming platform's Terms of Service. Most streaming platforms have a list of Prohibited Games that cannot be streamed due to their extreme content. None of these can be streamed for Daffodil Day.

What are some tips for 24-hour charity streams?

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If this is your first time streaming for charity, here are our tips for success.

  1. Prepare well, and make sure you organise food and drink
  2. Take it easy before you stream, and try to bank up extra sleep
  3. Set a goal, and ask your audience to help you achieve it
  4. Take breaks and stretch your legs when you can

How your fundraising helps

Letchemi & Swee Poh's story

Faced with two separate cancer diagnoses, and living in regional South Australia, Letchemi and her husband found a haven in Cancer Council’s Lodges during her treatment.

Bianca's story

In 2017, Bianca became one of a handful of young Australian women to be diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. She was just 20 years old.

Greg's story

Greg "jumped at the chance" to participate in a trial cancer treatment following his melanoma diagnosis. Today, Greg feels fortunate to be making the most of life.

For all that cancer takes, give this Daffodil Day