This handmade chainmaille dicebag holds two sets of Standard Polyhedral dice and would make the perfect gift for your favorite D&D nerd or newbie!
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, so for the rest of the month these Orange and Silver Double Set Dicebags will be available for preorder.
A portion of every sale will be donated to the organization Believe in Tomorrow, which provides hospital and respite housing services to critically ill children and their families.
Two facilities in Baltimore accommodate up to 90 individuals every night to receive treatment and the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, and five facilities across Maryland providing scenic getaways to give patients and their families time away from everything going on.
95% of the money donated to them goes directly to support their services for critically ill children and their families.
I personally was treated at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, I was lucky enough to live close enough to not require the services that Believe in Tomorrow offers, but I did become friends with several fellow patients and their families that were helped by the Believe in Tomorrow Houses in Baltimore. I would love to see how much this community can raise to help this Organization help ill children and their families.
For Dicebag only sales, $10 will be donated.
For Dicebag+dice set sales, $15 will be donated.
The ETA for delivery is early November, with a ship-by date of 11/22/19. The full donation will be made 10/1/19.
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Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
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