Everything you need to get started with the BT Gaming Challenge and to customise JustGiving Live and Twitch OSG.
Show your participation in the BT Gamer Challenge and support for Stand Up To Cancer by adding these badges to your Twitch channel as an overlay in your open broadcast software (OBS) such as OBS Studio.
Click on each resource to download and add it into your streaming software as an Image.
Donation Alert Box Image
To enhance your fundraising effort, you can add an alert box to your Twitch channel as an overlay in your open broadcast software (OBS) such as OBS Studio. With an alert box, you can notify your audience and thank donors in real-time when you receive a donation.
Follow the instructions within the JustGiving Livestreaming console.
We've suggested some examples below but any GIF will work great!
Donation Alert Sounds
You can specify a Donation Alert Sound to notify viewers in real-time when you receive a donation.
Follow the instructions within the JustGiving Livestreaming console, under the 'Alert box' settings. You will need to specify an alert sound under the Audio URL field.
We've suggested some examples below!
Buttons for your Twitch panel
We're here to help you make the most of this fundraising opportunity. Below are some useful guides and tips with using your page and sharing with your friends and family.
£25 buys a lab coat, box of gloves and goggles – not only geek chic, but these vital items help Stand Up-supported scientists to carry out life-saving research.
£50 buys a ‘scientific sieve’ to separate out big bits and small bits of DNA to reveal vital clues about how to beat cancer, sooner.
£100 buys a chemical tape measure that lets Stand Up To Cancer scientists find vital information that could reveal crucial clues about how to beat cancer.
Here are 10 of our top fundraising tips!
Sharing on Facebook, social media and WhatsApp raises more. Don’t be afraid, people want to hear about the good things you are doing.
Don't forget about email. There are lots of your friends, colleagues and neighbours who are not on social networks but would love to hear about what you are doing.
Think of interesting ways to get people excited about your fundraising. “If I reach £1,000, I’ll take part in the event wearing fancy dress.”
Tell the charity so they can help you spread the word. By letting them know you have set up a fundraising page they may be able to share to their social pages and through email.
Let supporters know how you are doing by updating your page often, they will enjoy following your progress and you can even do it through our smartphone app.