Stream for Team Migraine

Streamers and creators, The Migraine Trust needs you!

Calling all creators and live-streamers!

We need your help! Whether you’re a livestreaming pro or just starting out, it’s a great way to raise money for The Migraine Trust to help us to improve the lives of anyone living with migraine.

Whether you want to game, bake, dance, play guitar, run (the possibilities are endless) – simply plan your stream, set up a fundraising page and make sure to let us know so we can shout how awesome you are!

You could take on a 24 hour gaming challenge, commit to live streaming every day for a month, livestream about your migraine experience and so much more.

Whatever you decide to do, the funds you raise will go a long way to helping us support anyone affected by migraine, as well as helping to fund research.

Need some inspiration?

For more information or help with your fundraising, just get in touch with our fundraising team by filling in the form below.

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