GISH is a Guinness World Record-setting, week-long event that empowers players to push their creative boundaries, tackle hilarious challenges, and perform incredible acts of kindness — all from the comfort of their own home.
Join tens of thousands of humans playing for good in over 100 countries by participating in GISH, The Greatest International Scavenger Hunt!
JOIN OUR MAILING LIST FOR EARLY ACCESS & EXCITING NEWS ABOUT OUR UPCOMING HUNTS!
Every registration supports child victims of war in Afghanistan through Legacy of War Foundation and EMERGENCY (NGO) in partnership with Random Acts, a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
*Gisholarships available for players experiencing financial hardship who need a Basic Hunt Registration.
1. Join the Hunt and build/join a team of 5-15 players. (Team building will begin next year.)
2. When the Hunt starts, we will release a List of fun, wild challenges for your team to attempt. These could be anything from designing a work of art from Skittles to making a wedding dress using recycled materials, or even embarrassing yourself in public for a good cause. The Hunt lasts 8 days, but you can play as much or little you as like! From anywhere!
3. Upload your photos and videos of completed tasks for points and the team with the most points wins the Grand Prize.
In previous years, the Grand Prize has traditionally been a trip to an exotic destination somewhere around the world for your whole team. But due to COVID-19 travel restrictions and safety precautions, the Grand Prize is a mysterious experience of equal value to the price of the trip. We look forward to resuming Winner’s Trips someday soon, hopefully!
Join host Misha Collins & tens of thousands of weirdos for 8 days full of:
EMBARK ON A VIBRANT JOURNEY OF RADICAL SELF-DISCOVERY THROUGH A CONTEST OF EPIC PROPORTIONS. YOUR TEAM COULD WIN THE AMAZING GRAND PRIZE!
A portion of each registration package will help support the efforts of the Legacy of War Foundation and EMERGENCY, a non-partisan NGO, through a partnership with Random Acts, to fund an open and fully-operational children’s hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan.
As violence mounts in an increasingly bloody conflict, the number of casualties is skyrocketing with innocent children in grave danger. Hundreds of children have been injured or died in the past month and a half alone.