Join the WWF Wild-Livestreamers! Host a charity stream and help save our only home.
Become a WWF Wild-Livestreamer to support our planet
We are on the brink of the world’s sixth mass extinction. As an online creator, you have the power to make a difference and change the narrative, while there is still hope. Will you host a WWF charity stream to save our only home? The fate of our future lies in your hands. Are you in?
TOGETHER, WITH THE POWER OF...
700 STREAMERS + 4,334 DONORS
WE HAVE RAISED
TO SAVE OUR PLANET'S THREATENED SPECIES
Answer: If you’re a streamer on the internet, then you’re welcome to join in! If you’re not and would still like to get involved, we’re always looking for volunteers. Everyone is welcome to join our Wild-Livestreamers community on Discord.
Answer: WWF uses Tiltify, a fundraising platform for charity streaming, to collect donations.
-to create your WWF campaign
- Create an individual or team campaign
- Don’t forget to click publish when you’re ready to start collecting donations (don’t worry, you can edit your campaign later)!
- Link your Tiltify campaign to your overlay through Streamlabs, OBS or XSplit
- Add a Twitch panel that links to your Tiltify campaign
- Add some fun creative milestones, donation incentives and rewards!
- Set a date (or several) for your stream/s
- Promote your charity stream on social media and tag @wwf_streamers on Twitter
- During your stream, make sure to set your bot up to run a !charity or !donate command so your audience knows what you’re fundraising for and where to donate.
Answer: You can stream anything you like! Art, games, cooking - whatever it is, it’s up to you! Just remember that you’re streaming for a charity, so stick to Twitch TOS and remind people why you’re streaming and why the cause matters to you!
Answer: Anytime! You can fundraise and sign up whenever you want. We run around 4 special WWF streaming events a year where you can connect with other Wild-Livestreamers and collaborate or compete in games, but outside of those periods, fundraising for WWF is always on!
Answer: Choose a number that feels achievable but meaningful for you! On average streamers usually raise around $200 per 1000 Twitch followers. Some streamers who have organised amazing streams with lots of fun challenges, raised more dollars than their number of followers!
Answer: If we don't email you within seven days of a Wild-Livestreamers campaign ending, DM us on @WWF_Streamers. Even if you don’t reach any goals, we’ll be keeping track of the total amount you’ve raised for WWF, so the more events you participate in, the more likely you’ll be able to hit those goals!
Answer: If you have any further questions, please feel free to emailor DM us on Twitter @wwf_streamers.