Fundraising tips Your fundraising will help Child Bereavement UK to continue supporting bereaved children, parents and families across the UK.Click here for more information on how we use the funds you raise. Here are some ideas to help you make the most of your gaming challenge and maximise sponsorship Boost your profile: Make sure to add an image and an event, and use your profile to tell your story. Set a fundraising target: Don’t be afraid to think big and keep everyone in the loop about your progress. Link your Twitch: Enable your supporters to watch and donate easily by connecting your Twitch account to your fundraising page. Start the donations: Pump prime your fundraising by donating to yourself. It’s a great way to begin your fundraising. Use our tools and downloads: We have plenty of fundraising tools and downloads to help you with your fundraising stream. Check them out here. Link to GameOn4CBUK web page 2) Challenge friends to get involved: Could your friends join in with the challenge or even host their own? Make it fun: Get creative and think of fun ways to maximise those donations, such as accepting a challenge to do something funny or challenging during the streaming. Share the news: Use our social media downloads and share your page on your social media channels to let everyone know the challenge has started. Share your success: Don’t forget to share your grand total with the people who supported you. Why not copy us in on your social media posts? #GameOn4CBUK Ask sponsors to Gift Aid: If your sponsors are UK taxpayers they can make the most of their donation by ticking the Gift Aid Box on your Just Giving page. For every £1 donated, we’ll receive 25p extra, at no cost to you or the person donating. Find out more about Gift Aid here.