Here are just a few of the exciting gamers helping support Alzheimer’s Research UK make breakthroughs possible.
Hannah Rutherford, under the username Lomadiah, is a gamer and content creator primarily known for playing story-driven games on her Twitch channel, where she has amassed nearly 70,000 followers.
Hannah, whose grandmother is living with vascular dementia, has supported Alzheimer’s Research UK since 2019. During World Alzheimer’s Month 2020 she raised over £3,000 for vital dementia research through a week-long charity stream. For her support of Alzheimer’s Research UK and other important charity campaigns in 2020, Hannah was given an award on Twitch for fundraising.
Clare Siobhan is a gamer best known for sharing Sims content to her 1.8 million YouTube subscribers. She also livestreams on Twitch, where she has close to 100,000 followers.
Clare’s been a supporter of Alzheimer’s Research UK since 2019, having lost her grandmother, Madge, from dementia. In November 2020, she raised nearly £3,000 for dementia research with a charity livestream.
Taz is a full-time gamer and content creator who can usually be found playing and streaming The Sims 4 to her community of over 34,000 on Twitch. She’s also a growing star on TikTok, with over 170,000 followers and counting.
Taz held a two-day charity livestream for Alzheimer’s Research UK at the end of August 2021, raising £3,660 for vital dementia research. She is supporting the charity in honour of her uncle who is living with dementia.