The 2020 Holiday Gift is here!
Continuing a holiday-season tradition of the past several years, here’s the 2020 MCG Holiday Gift: we’re giving you a $5 coupon for the MCG Shop. Use it to get a little something for yourself or a loved one—or turn it into a donation to one of three charities we’re supporting this holiday season!
Here’s how it works:
- Go to the MCG Shop.
- If you’d like to make a charitable donation, add the 2020 Holiday Gift to your shopping cart. It’s a $5 donation, so when you use the coupon code you pay nothing and we make the donation!
- Or you can shop for a gift for a loved one—or for yourself. Or do it all!
- Regardless, at checkout, enter the following coupon code: 2020MCGHolidayGift
Get $5 off Your Best Game Ever, or the Player and GM Notebooks. Or give a gift certificate to a friend (and get a smaller one for yourself, as a gift from us). Get a PDF adventure, like Forgetting Doomsday, absolutely free! Or choose a $5 donation to the ACLU, Feeding America, or the National Council Covid Relief Fund and make the holidays a bit brighter for someone else. You can use the 2020MCGHolidayGift gift code for anything you like!
But don’t delay: The code expires on December 26th. And one code per user, please!
Here’s a little information on our three charities:
- The American Civil Liberties Union has worked for nearly 100 years to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States. They are tireless advocates, working in courts, legislatures, and communities to defend and preserve the Constitution’s promise of liberty for everyone in our country—people of all races, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and economic statuses.
- Due to the coronavirus pandemic, 50 million people may face hunger in the U.S. during 2020—including more than 17 million children. Hunger knows no boundaries—it touches every community in the U.S. Feeding America is the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, working to connect people with food and end hunger.
- The pandemic is creating profound new barriers for people to access the behavioral health care treatment and services they rely on for survival. The National Council Covid Relief Fund helps individuals with behavioral health care needs—and the providers who support them—survive these tumultuous times by providing economic relief and practical resources for them to interact remotely and, when needed, in-person.