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Charity fundraising

Streaming and gaming for the IRC

Harness the power of streaming to fundraise for the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and help people affected by humanitarian crises.

For nearly 90 years, the IRC has helped people facing conflict or disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future.

When an emergency strikes, YOU can help us provide life-changing support, including clean water, urgent medical care, and critical supplies. And thanks to you, we’ll stay for as long as we are needed, helping people and communities to rebuild.

It’s game on! Next steps to livestreaming for the IRC

Livestream on your platform of choice—including Twitch, YouTube and Facebook—and use Tiltify to create a charity stream fundraiser for the IRC. This video shows you how.

Read our charity stream FAQ for everything you need to get started raising money and awareness for the IRC and the cause of refugees.


Driving real-world impact

$20 can provide COVID-19 face masks for up to 10 people.

$50 can provide a refugee in the U.S. with 1 month of English classes.

$110 can help us build a water supply system.

$190 can help 100 children during a cholera epidemic.

$500 can equip a mobile medical clinic.

$1,000 can provide an incubator to help newborns survive.

Even companies can get involved in charity fundraising

Globally, there are more than 82 million people displaced from their homes. Your company and employees can support the work of the IRC in over 40 countries at a time of unmatched need. Together, we can help people in the world’s toughest places.

Learn how

Why the IRC

  • "Refugees face so many challenges. I’m grateful to the IRC for empowering streamers to use our platforms for good. They made it so easy to set up a fundraising stream—I can’t wait to work with them again!"
    Piper Ruhmkorff
    Streamer and IRC supporter
  • "Sharing the mission of the IRC with the streaming community is something I believe in because so often refugees are forgotten—being able to share their stories is incredibly important to me."
    Adam Aboelela
    Streamer and IRC supporter
  • "It's an honor and a privilege to do what I love to help out a worthy cause. We all need to be doing our part to support refugees and help them rebuild."
    Streamer and IRC supporter