Fisherman Stew & His Gaming Crew

Total raised

£985.00

+ £226.25 Gift Aid

123 Complete
123% of £800.00 target

We're Standing Up To Cancer and raising money to save lives (and we get to play games for 24 hours!)

Story

Devastatingly, 1 in 2 people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. But this is the critical moment for cancer research. Advances in science have put cures within our grasp. So there’s no time to waste. Please support us and Stand Up To Cancer by giving generously. You’ll be funding translational research; clinical trials focused on finding new treatments as quickly as possible. Donating through this page is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with Cancer Research UK.

What are we doing?

This ragtag team of four losers might not be able to cure Cancer, but there is one thing we can do... Play video games! For 24 hours we will be playing video games non-stop, in the hope that our efforts inspire you to donate generously to this great cause.

When are we doing it?

Saturday April 21st 2018 beginning at 8am BST and continuing for 24 hours.

What are the rules?

The gaming marathon will begin at 8am (BST) Saturday April 21st 2018 and run right through to 8am (BST) the following day. Comfort breaks will be allowed, but at least one gamer will be continuing to play at all times.

What games will we be playing?

Ghost Recon: Wildlands
Dying Light
Borderlands
Metal Gear Solid V
Uncharted 4
Worms Battlegrounds
Fortnite
+ More TBC

Can you watch us play?

Our intention is to stream the marathon at twitch.tv/stewscrew

What happens if we reach our target?

Stew will participate in the entire gaming marathon whilst wearing full waterproof fisherman gear (see photo on our individual pages)

Total raised£985.00

Online£985.00

Offline£0.00

With Cancer Research UK Giving Pages more of the money raised goes towards beating cancer sooner. Aside from the credit and debit card fees, every penny donated goes to Cancer Research UK.

All donations made to this page will automatically be transferred to Cancer Research UK.