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DTRPG fundraiser for National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Posted by WJWalton on Mon 30 of April, 2012 05:52 PDT
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and DriveThruRPG has been raising funds for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children with one of their excellent RPG bundles. This one offers you a bunch of great RPG products - Action Planet, Argyle & Crew, BASH Ultimate Edition, The Play's The Thing, The Princess Game, and much more - nearly $150 worth of gaming material for $25, which will go directly to an excellent cause.

The only problem is that your humble host wasn't aware of this fundraiser until very recently, so you don't have a lot of time to pick this one up. In fact, seeing as this is the last day of April, I'd recommend getting it today, before it is taken down.

You can purchase the NCMEC bundle here, and learn more about the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at

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