Stream For Starlight (S4S) is a month-long virtual campaign that invites businesses, influencers, gamers, and individuals to stream content and raise money to deliver happiness to seriously ill kids. The campaign takes place every September in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Check out the fundraising streams being hosted for S4S!
Stream your favorite activity. It’s easy to fundraise by streaming whatever you do best to the masses. Gaming? Music? Makeup tutorials? Live stream and transform a life. Be sure to check out our streaming resources, and don't forget to register your charity stream on Stream For Starlight's Tiltify event!
Show up by taking part! Streaming not your thing? No problem! We are showcasing all Starlight fundraising events for you to watch and participate in.
Support! Just $10 can deliver happiness to 10 hospitalized kids. Donate today.
Cubcoats is donating 12% of sales to Starlight. Click the link below for 10% off your purchase.Get 10% off
In September, Batch Cooking Club will donate $5 of every meal plan membership sold.Join Batch Cooking Club
10% of the Starry Night painting sales at Painting To Gogh will be donated to Starlight.Paint your masterpiece
A percentage of all products sold on their website will be donated to Starlight. In September they are also donating an R&O child-sized mask for every Essentials Kit.Red & Olive Products
During September, Orange Lining will donate 20% of online product sales to Starlight. Buy something for the child in your life.Shop Orange Lining
Jimmy from They Can Talk Comics is donating 100% of proceeds from Original Art "moms" and Original Art "3:00am"Purchase Art and Support
100% of Pris Letters Star Sticker sales will be donated to Starlight during September.Shop the Stickers
Funds raised will go toward Starlight’s state-of-the-art programs like Virtual Reality and Gaming to entertain, distract, and inspire hospitalized kids at more than 800 children’s hospital and healthcare facilities across the U.S.
Starlight’s innovative and inspiring programs are needed across the country, now more than ever. Regardless of the severity of the illness or injury, a sick kid is still a kid.