The money raised will go towards the Huntington's Disease Youth Engagement Service

In 2022 we were one of the lucky twelve charities chosen to take part in Jingle Jam. Jingle Jam is the world's largest gaming charity event, it took place online from the 1 to the 14 December 2022.

In what is best described as two wonderful weeks of epic and captivating fundraising streams across multiple channels, we are delighted to announce that the event has raised over £240,000 for the Huntington’s Disease Association Youth Engagement Service.

Thank you to everyone who took part including our streamers, ‘What the flappies’, ‘Twilitphoenix’, ‘CadenBops’, ‘vagrantvortex’, ‘country-brawler’ and to everyone else who watched, supported and donated.

The money raised will go directly toward supporting young people up to the age of 25 who are impacted by Huntington’s disease. This will include developing the youth service, helping people understand the disease, and bringing together and empowering more young people. 

Joanne Dobbie, Head of Fundraising said:

“Thank you to Jingle Jam for choosing us to be part of the event, we had so much fun along with our community watching people live stream to raise money. As well as the money raised it was a perfect opportunity for young people from the Huntington’s community to raise awareness of Huntington’s disease.  What a phenomenal event well done to everyone involved.”

twilitpheonix who livestreamed for us during Jingle Jam said:

"I loved doing Jingle Jam, it was super fun and it was really easy to set up as there was plenty of help in the Jingle Jam discord for anyone who needed it. I found that it was an amazing fundraiser and fundraising for the Huntington's Disease Association was fantastic and I had a great time doing it, especially as I use the HDYES service. I would definitely do it again without a second thought"

If you would like to find out more about how you can raise money for the Huntington Disease Association please contact or call 0151 331 5444

Collectively the event raised over £3,448,292.  

We are lucky enough to be partnering alongside 11 other wonderful charities.

British Red Cross
Providing critical aid to those affected by the conflict in Ukraine and to young people who have found safety in the UK.
Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM)
To stand together with teenagers and young adults by providing advice and support that helps break down the stigma around suicide, stands up to the stereotypes that surround it and shows that life is always worth living.
Dogs for Autism
Springboard the work of Dogs for Autism's 'Autistic Youth Independence Programme', transforming so many more lives, one cheeky puppy at a time.
Huntington's Disease Association
Help, advice, and support for over 300 children and young people currently impacted by the effects of the rare, hereditary, degenerative, and complex neurological disorder, Huntington's disease.
Provide life-changing, practical support to children and families impacted by bullying, helping to reach more young people, including those in diverse communities.
Create more opportunities for transgender, nonbinary and gender-diverse children and young people to connect, be themselves, experience trans joy, and thrive.
Tackling some of the most complex health issues facing men today, including prostate and testicular cancer.
RESET Mental Health
Improve the mental wellbeing of young black adults from underfunded and underserved black communities through the delivery of free mental health services.
Bring fun and inclusion to 100s more disabled gamers and seriously ill children in 2023.
Special Olympics Great Britain
To send a team of Special Olympics GB athletes to represent Great Britain at the Special Olympics World Summer Games 2023 in Berlin – the world’s largest inclusive sporting event which uses the power of sport to transform the lives of people with intellectual disabilities around the world.
Wallace and Gromit's Grand Appeal
To fund Jingle Jam Building, a pioneering and transformational development for the young patients at Bristol Children's Hospital.
Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Protecting Honeydew and other whales and dolphins in their natural habitat in Scotland.