Roleplayers as a whole are very “COMMUNITY” focused and are a natural fit for raising money for this worthy cause. In 2014, I decided we needed our own team for Relay For Life to focus our charitable efforts in virtual worlds where we all spend a lot of time. We all joined to form the Roleplay for Life group for many of the typical reasons groups join Relay for Life: it’s a great, noble cause; because we know someone who has been affected by cancer; and to affect positive change in our community. We also hoped to use our unique connection with roleplayers, who often tend to be a “fringe category” of player, to raise mutual awareness between the various charities and the roleplaying community within InWorldz.”
“We felt our involvement in Relay for Life benefits not only a wonderful cause, but also benefits those who may feel removed from the mainstream, but wish to become more involved in such events.”
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