I’m very pleased to let all of you know that I’ll be teaming up with The Wayne Foundation when I release Argyle & Crew. Regardless of how the Kickstarter project goes – this game will be released either as a Creative Commons title with only public domain art, or as a Creative Commons title with outstanding commissioned artwork and layout. Either way, the price will be the same ($2.99 for the PDF, print price to be determined) and 25% of any money made from the sale of Argyle & Crew will go directly to The Wayne Foundation.
They’re a very worthy new 503(c) organization just getting off the ground. I’d encourage you to visit them, listen to the interviews conducted by Kevin Smith and get involved by throwing a buck or two their way.
The Wayne Foundation
I’ve written about the Wayne Foundation here before. This 503(c) organization is just getting off the ground and it will be doing important work! Founded by Jamie Walton, with help from Kevin Smith, the Wayne Foundation’s vision is for a world without child slavery. Their mission is to provide young women who have fallen victim to commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking with a means of leaving the sex industry for good.
I’m proud to say that 25% of any money made from the sale of this game will go directly to the Wayne Foundation.
The Wayne Foundation is committed to fighting human trafficking, child prostitution, & child sex exploitation one victim at a time by providing individuals with a safe home environment that will empower them with the tools they will need to stop the cycle of abuse. It is our intent to end commercial sex exploitation within the United States through direct victim assistance, public outreach, and by directly working with those who shape the policies and statutes which impact victims and their abusers.
“We believe that all victims can be rehabilitated through a program that provides education assistance, mental and physical health services, housing, and a support staff who are dedicated to assisting these girls reach their full potential. It is our objective to aid these young women until they are capable of reentering society on their own as happy and healthy adults.”