Oh My GOSH Streaming Week

Oh My GOSH Streaming week 4-10 March

Together we can Stream it. Build it. Beat it.

Event details

4–10 March 2024

What is Oh My GOSH?

Stream anytime between 4 and 10 March 2024 to help build the new Children’s Cancer Centre at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and help beat childhood cancer.

Choose the type of stream you want to do, whether it's beating a game you’ve always wanted to, showing your musical skills with a live performance, or simply having fun with friends. The content and style of the stream are entirely in your hands.

How do I take part?

  • Sign up by setting up your fundraising page on Tiltify.

  • Download our stream overlays, alerts, social media posts, and other essential assets for your stream.

  • Join our Discord community and follow us on Twitter to let us know when you’re streaming so we can support you.

  • Set up incentives, goals, and other fun activities to make your stream extra memorable.

  • Stream once or as many times as you like throughout the week 4–10 March.

  • At the end of the event, we’ll contact you to thank you and get your details for your incentives.

Photo of Yumna sitting on hospital bed, looking to camera

How will your support help?

Childhood and cancer. Two words that should never go together.

But, every week, around five children in the UK lose their lives to cancer. That’s five families who are faced with the worst news possible.

A child doesn’t have to die from cancer for it to take their life. It can take away their childhood, their opportunities to learn and even to have children of their own one day.

That’s why we’re building a new, world-leading Children’s Cancer Centre at GOSH. To give more children the chance to lead happy, healthy lives. And to help improve the odds for children with cancer once and for all.

Your donations could help fund the following

  • £100 could fund a table for a kitchen so that a family can eat together during long hospital stays.

  • £300 could fund a sensory projector to help to relax and distract patients before treatment – reducing anxiety and agitation and reducing the need for repeat procedures – or to create calm but stimulating spaces for children to play and learn.

  • £1,000 could fund a bespoke sofa bed so that a parent can stay overnight with their child in their room.

Your donation will go to support the vital cancer care services at GOSH, including the refurbishment of GOSH buildings, upgrading equipment, pioneering research, kinder treatments and offering vital welfare services to our families during their time at GOSH.

In the event that costs change, we reserve the right to redirect funds for use against the hospital’s most urgent needs.