From a movie watchathon to taking on a 24 hour maths exam challenge, get inspired with a few of our favourite streams from our amazing Refuge community
Live streaming is a brilliant way to bring your community together and fundraise for refuge -with top tips support and encouragement, our team have everything you need to make your stream a big success.
Our amazing Refuge streamers
Games, crafts, makeup tutorials, however you stream you are helping to keep our services running for women and their children in their hour of need. Get inspired with a few of our favourite streams from our amazing Refuge community.
Chris chose to support Refuge for his 7th “watchathon”. Over 3 days Chris watched 25 female led films whilst streaming on Twitch. His highlight was the people who joined in the stream and watched the films alongside him. What a great community!
Alex completed not one, but two livestreams for Refuge where he did 24 maths exams in 24 hours. Alex loved seeing mathematicians join the stream and answering questions they had during his challenge. Well done Alex!
Tig organised a Christmas day live stream where she played games with her community and watched a Christmas movie with them. She wanted to provide a space for people to hang out on a potentially lonely day. What a lovely idea!
Setting up your stream
You can set up your stream for Refuge using these 5 simple steps:
1. Chose a challenge. Our streaming pack has plenty of ideas if you get stuck
2. Decide when. Set a time and date for your stream
4. Spread the word. Let your community know when you will be doing your stream. You can even use our streaming assets to promote your activity on your socials
5. Launch your stream. Do a practice run to make sure everything works and remember to thank everyone who came along and supported you