Gaming is good. Helping others is good. Gaming while helping others is awesome. And that's what Jasper's Game Day does. It's gaming while raising money for Suicide Crisis Centers to make sure that your gaming friends stay that way for a very long time. Paizo is happy to announce that they have now become a sponsor of this great charity.
From the article:
Our journey began back in 2017. After losing two friends to suicide in a ten-month period, our creator, Fenway, teamed up with her mentor, Satine Pheonix, to use TTRPGs to help prevent others from going through similar losses. Partnering with local conventions, they used the games we all love to play to raise money to support local Suicide Crisis Centers to aid with resources and spread awareness.
Since that humble first event, Jasper’s Game Day has grown into an international movement that is raising more money than Fenway and Satine could have imagined. In 2020 alone, over $100,000 dollars has been raised in the name of Jasper’s Game Day for fighting suicide.
While active all 365 days of the year with streams and games, the main event is Jasper’s Game WEEK. This annual event in May has brought together gamers from around the world with guest DMs and players, many of whom are household names in the TTRPG community. When first starting, Jasper’s Game Day focused mainly on Dungeons and Dragons but has since grown to include players of different TTRPGS, including Vampire: The Masquerade, Star Wars, and, of course, Pathfinder and Starfinder. Thanks to our new partnership with Paizo, we look forward to expanding our tables with members of the Pathfinder and Starfinder community.
If you or someone you know is interested in hosting or playing in a Pathfinder or Starfinder game through Jasper’s Game Day, you can contact us at our website, jaspersgameday.com. Or find us on Twitter at @JaspersGameDay. We’d love to have you playing with us and part of our party as well all fight to prevent suicide.
If you need help or someone to talk to about your mental health please call the suicide hotline at 1-800-273-8255.
Until the next game and remember #everyrollmatters!