Raise money while you stream!

Aberlour is calling on gamers and streamers across the country to pledge their allegiance to #ClanAberlour
and join us in beating poverty and discrimination by raising vital funds for vulnerable children across Scotland.

Rise through the ranks

Every time you fundraise for us, we'll check your funds raised and confirm your new #ClanAberlour title.
When you reach a new rank, we'll send you a personalised emblem for your stream.

Raise £100
Clansman
Rewards
Raise £250
Tacksman
Rewards
Raise £500
Fine
Rewards
Raise £1,000
Tanist
Rewards
Raise £2,000
Clan Elder
Rewards
Raise £5,000
Chieftain
Rewards
Raise £10,000
Chief
Rewards
The more you raise, the higher you rise. Aim for our ultimate #ClanAberlour title of Clan Chief.
How to get involved
Step 1
Decide what you're doing
What sort of stream will you be hosting? Are you gaming, cooking or hosting a comedy show?
Download your #ClanAberlour stream overlay from the link below.
Step 2
Set up your fundraising page
Use the buttons below to select and set up your fundraising page:
Or
Step 3
Promote your stream
Let your friends and followers know that you are streaming to raise funds for vulnerable children accross Scotland with #clanaberlour
Connect with our community on Discord:
Need Help? Email us at fundraising@aberlour.org.uk
Meet our streamers
Adi
Devon
Why stream for Aberlour?

At Aberlour we work with vulnerable children and young people across Scotland every day. We help families facing poverty, disadvantage and discrimination.

1 in 4 children in Scotland are living in poverty and that figure is increasing. This past year in particular has seen many families plunged into unforeseen hardship due to COVID-19.

At Aberlour, we make it our priority to respond to the worst effects of poverty on children and families. Your support means Aberlour can be there for vulnerable children, like Kate, when they need us most.

Thank you to our #ClanAberlour community.



Get in touch
Chat with the team on Discord or email us at fundraising@aberlour.org.uk