Switch On for Dementia

Get into game mode and press that
start button to make a difference today!

Are you ready to livestream?

We are uniting gamers  to switch on and start raising funds to help find a cure for the 400,000 Australians impacted by dementia.

Whether you are a beginner or experienced gamer, you will be supporting Australians and their families impacted by dementia. Choose from streaming platforms Streamlabs or Tiltify and get ready to start your mission.

Sign up

Create your fundraising page on Tiltify or Streamlabs, connect your Twitch, YouTube Live, or Facebook, and get ready to game!

Share your livestream

Don't forget to share your livestream and spread the word to friends, followers and other streamers!

Get your game on

Press play and start streaming! We've got tonnes of resources to help make it your best stream yet.

Launch your livestream via our page on StreamLabs and start seeing those donations come in.

Start your livestream

Head to Dementia Australia's Tiltify page and in just a few clicks you will be livestreaming in no time.

Start your livestream

Say game over to dementia!

We've got heaps of resources to make sure you can have the best livestream possible! There are guides, tips and tricks, and a bunch of overlays featured in our toolkit to help you out.

Our featured streamers


Raised $500 for Australian's impacted by dementia


Raised $1,669 for Australian's impacted by dementia


Raised $1,105 for Australian's impacted by dementia

Your Impact

When you raise money for Dementia Australia, you help us to create a better world for everyone living a life impacted by dementia. With you behind us, we can provide the best services available now and create hope for a future where everyone receives the support they need – and eventually, a future without dementia.

National Dementia Helpline

Operation of the National Dementia Helpline where people can talk to caring and experienced professionals.


Assisting many in time of need with our education seminars, workshops and programs.


Better understand the causes of dementia, improve treatment and care options and ultimately find a cure.


Library and information services which provides access to dementia related consumer health information and services.