Geek Out for Great Ormond Street Hospital

Are you a streamer or perhaps someone who is thinking about starting the journey to become a streamer? Do you fancy streaming and raising money for an amazing charity? If the answer is yes, yes I do, then you are in luck as you can Geek Out for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Calling all gamers!

Host your own charity Livestream between 30 March – 5 April to raise money to support the patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and their families.

Every pound counts and gives the 619 seriously ill children who arrive at GOSH every day the best chance to fulfil their potential.

If you do not know about Great Ormond Street, it is a fantastic children’s hospital in London, UK and is actually the largest pediatric hospital in the UK with the widest range of specialists under one roof. It relies heavily on charitable donations to continue its fantastic work in treating the seriously ill and sick children that rely on the hospital for their treatment and care.

It truly is an amazing cause, and who knows, if you’ve never streamed before but have always fancied having a go, this could be the start of your streaming career!

If you are new to streaming, it can be a little bit daunting to begin with, but it is incredibly easy now to set up and start streaming, especially if you are going to be streaming from your Xbox One and PS4. If you are using a PC, it does take a little bit more prep work, but it is a far easier concept now than it was a few years ago. Just click on the links to find out how easy it all actually is.

For more information on how to get involved in Geek Out for GOSH, please visit:

GOSH.org

Discord

Twitter

If you can’t take part in a charity stream but still want to help, then you can give a one-off donation and share on all your social media pages.

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