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To our D&D Community:
When playing Dungeons & Dragons, it’s not uncommon to finish up a campaign with your characters saving the world or rescuing innocents. It seems many adventures you watch on twitch.tv/dnd have some variation of that theme set in a fantasy world… but fans can have a strong, positive impact in this world, too.
Extra Life is a charity organization D&D has been happy to be involved with since 2013, with the express purpose of driving donations to the Children's Hospitals Network. And for 2019, we’re continuing our livestreaming and other efforts to help drive even more donations!
Tabletop Appreciation Weekend: Aug 24-25
August 24-25 is Extra Life’s Tabletop Appreciation Weekend! And to help celebrate, we’ve added new designs to our Custom Ink storefront—including for Slobberchops the tressym! Special thanks to Emi Tanji for creating this year’s designs.
Slobberchops version #1:
Slobberchops version #2:
How to Take Part
If you want to raise money for kids this year by creating your own individual or sub team page, it's easy! The Extra Life site will guide you through the steps of registering, and you’ll be automatically added to the Dungeons & Dragons Extra Life Team. All donations that you and your sub team raises will help us reach our goal!
How to Donate Directly
You can also contribute at any time toward the effort. To help out, please consider donating directly to the D&D Team/Captain. You can also donate to any of the DMs and groups within the D&D Team.
D&D Extra Life Apparel: Available via Custom Ink, your choice of shirts.
DMs Guild: Look for the following material on the DMs Guild, with all Wizards of the Coast proceeds donated to Extra Life:
- 2018 Adventure: Lost Laboratory of Kwalish
- Volo’s Waterdeep Enchiridion
- Tortle Package
- One Grung Above
- The Lost Kenku