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Take on a Lullaby Gameathon and fundraise whilst you stream!

Whether you’re the veteran of many Nuzlocke challenges or just enjoy pottering around in Animal Crossing, you can fundraise whilst you stream. And if gaming isn’t for you, personalise your stream to share your favourite recipe, your new dance moves or host your online quiz with your friends and family.

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Challenge yourself 

Around 182 babies a year still die from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and we are committed to bringing that number down to zero. Take on The 182 Challenge for the babies who die each year from SIDS and help us to continue to save babies’ lives and support bereaved families.

You could stream your favourite game for 182 minutes, set yourself a £182 target, or livestream yourself doing 182 press ups, the choice is up to you!

The first 10 streamers to raise over £182 will be entered into a draw to win one of our The Lullaby Trust water bottles.

How to stay safe

Remember to stay safe whilst taking part in your stream:

  1. Take regular breaks to stretch and rest your eyes
  2. Get a good night’s sleep before streaming for a long period
  3. Stay hydrated and well nourished
  4. Ensure the game or content is appropriate for the audience
  5. Don’t tolerate abuse online. Twitch has guidance on how to report abusive users


Download our Gameathon Guide to find out the best ways to take on a stream.

Let everyone know you’re supporting The Lullaby Trust by downloading our branded streaming background and adding it to your stream.

You can also download our brand new ‘I’ve conquered Gameathon’ digital badge to share on your social media.

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Talking about The Lullaby Trust online

‘Cot death’ was a term commonly used in the past to describe the sudden and unexpected death of an infant. It has largely been abandoned, due to its misleading suggestions that sudden infant death can only occur when a baby is asleep in their own cot, which we know to be untrue. When speaking online about The Lullaby Trust, please use the term ‘SIDS’. You can find more information about SIDS here. If you’d like any text about The Lullaby Trust to tell your viewers about our work, please get in touch and we’d be happy to help.

Contact Us:

For more information contact our friendly Fundraising Team via email at fundraising@lullabytrust.org.uk or on 0207 802 3200.