Every year we come together on International Tabletop Day to do one thing: play more games. But we as gamers use games as a way to make our communities better. This year, Geek & Sundry wants to invite you to join us for ITTD 2018 and help us raise money to bring clean drinking water to people who need it. 1 in 10 people on this planet today don’t have access to clean water. But with the help of charity: water you can help improve lives around the world by changing this one thing, and we believe it too.
Why did we choose to partner with charity: water? Simple: if they were to play board games with us, they’d be the masters of action efficiency and worker placement. They take the resources given to them and put them straight into the objective: clean water. In real-world terms, 100% of public donations go directly to clean water projects. As a charity, they’re radically transparent, meaning bluffing games aren’t their cup of tea.
Our objective is simple: we want to raise $10K – that amount for a single water project to transform a community or school. Clean water in a community doesn’t only address issues of individual hygiene, health, and sanitation, but also community issues like women’s empowerment, food security, and economic development. As we countdown the days to ITTD, it’s a great time to look at ways you can raise money at your local ITTD event for this fantastic cause, a water project.
This year for ITTD, we’ll play more games, and make the world a better place while we do.
This campaign brought clean water to Majasse, Mozambique and 1 other project.
International Tabletop Day 2018 is a team campaign.
All donations made to Geek & Sundry’s campaign
|M. Ethan Lucarelli||$150|
Diseases from unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. Your donation will help change that.
100% of the money raised by this campaign is being used to bring clean water to help those in need. In 21 months we’ll be able to show you exactly where the money went and who it helped.