As we dig into our pockets to help those in Haiti we also have the opportunity to help a family closer to home. Our gaming home.
I can't imagine how much cancer treatment would cost here in the States without health insurance. Well, yes I can, as apparently it tops $100k in some cases. Or in the case or a particular gamer's wife.
I myself had Hodgkin's Disease (cancer lite as I like to call it) and it kept me out of work for 11 months between chemo and rads. My bills? Some basic co-pays. My job even paid me my full salary the 11 months I was out.
I was lucky. We, as a gaming community, need to be able to help those of us in need. We've raised money for ENWorld, raised money for the Staff of ENWorld, sending over $35k and counting via RPGNow to help those in Haiti... here's our chance to help one of ours.
No donation is to small.
Heck, you even get a PDF copy of The Microlite74 2.0 Special Edition, a 60-page PDF designed to be printed in booklet format from Adobe Acrobat.
Old School gaming and the gift of giving. Nice combination.
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