Wounded Warrior Project


ivory twenty sided dice (d20)A few months back I was contacted by a gentleman with a unique request. A friend of his had been seriously wounded in Afghanistan. This gentleman had a broke piece of Antique Ivory that belonged to his grandfather and wanted to know if I could use it to make a couple of twenty sided dice for his wounded friend. I happily volunteered my time to try to make something of his broken ivory and ended up getting 3 cracked, but fantastic d20s out of it.

I wanted to do a bit more for his wounded friend so I offered to send along several sets of dice for him to give out to his RPG buddies in the military hospital where he was spending several months recuperating. While they were ecstatic with the offer of awesome dice, they asked if we would instead hold a fund-raiser for the Wounded Warrior Project.

So this is the part where we ask you for money right? Wrong. This is the part where we give yall free dice. Yup FREE. We’re giving out a free set  of four assorted six-sided dice for any purchase over $100. Why are we giving away free dice? Simply put. It’s a bribe. We want you to help us raise as much money as we can for the Wounded Warrior Project. So you get free dice and we’ll give 10% of your total order to the folks over at Wounded Warrior. It’s that simple. Yall get awesome dice, while helping the Wounded Warrior folks get cash to help the with projects like Soldier Ride and Project Odyssey.

So where do you sign up? All you need to do is enter “” in the discount box at checkout before June 23rd July 1st 11:59pm CST. (We’ve extended the deadline as a number of folks have asked us to so since they needed to wait until payday to participate.) If you’ve spent over $100 we’ll tag on a free set of assorted d6s. If you don’t have $100 to spend, don’t worry, we’ll still send along 10% of your order to the folks at the Wounded Warrior Project.

NOTE: This ended in 2014

9 reviews for Wounded Warrior Project

  1. Pirate Jarnes

    Those ivory dice are amazing.

    How long are you doing this fundraising for?

    • Charlie Brumfield

      thanks pirate!

      and we’re running this fundraiser until the 23th.

  2. Curtis

    I wanna thank you for doing this I am not only a disabled very myself I also know the guy who sent in the ivory. You guys did something amazing for a good group of guys who needed something positive to happen to them. Thank you and all your minions.

    • Charlie Brumfield

      thanks curtis! glad to help.

  3. Eric

    Another disabled vet, again with thanks. I have always followed your work and I love it, so I know a fellow gamer-vet had to love the gift.

    • Charlie Brumfield

      no problem eric. we’re more than happy to help. wounded warrior is an awesome project.

  4. David

    Wow, what an amazing act of generosity you guys are perpetuating here. It’s almost as laughable as Under Armours 2.00 per shirt sold donation to the same charity.

    If you truly wanted to help, you’d run a special for a week donating something that doesn’t amount to a sales ploy to get more of your dice sold. Offering a meager 10% of donations to help our soldiers?? WOW!! Pat yourselves on the back for that one!

    Companies like yours are pretty pathetic, and you should be ashamed you’ve jumped on this type of band wagon in the way that you have. Want to truly stand out for your “generosity”? Put your money where your mouth is and do something truly generous. I’ll buy multiple sets when you do.

    • Curtis

      Hey man back off them it’s a small company and they still have to make a living. Anything donated to help the vets is a good thing. Put out positive thoughts not negative cause your just hurting more then helping.

    • Charlie Brumfield

      we’re not looking for a pat on the back david. and please don’t wait on us to do something truly generous, if you want to give more money to wounded warrior, you can always donate directly to them at https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org/. that way every dime goes to help what they do. wounded warrior is a worthy cause to donate too.

      and yes i completely agree, 10% is not nearly enough. but it’s what i know i can afford to give from each order. in addition to the 10%, i am finishing up a signature series set of dice which we will auction off later this week. 100% of the money raised from that set of dice will be going to the wounded warrior project.

    • J

      Way to be both offensive and show your ignorance. It’s 10% of gross revenues – meaning all cash intake. I’m not sure what Charlie’s profit margin is but I’m sure a large percentage of the cost of any dice is raw materials (plus shipping, packing, etc.), so to expect a full-on donation of all dice for a week is pretty silly; he’s already donating part of his profits (and thereby his labor). I’m not sure what you would expect but 10% is a lot more than most business donate when they run charity drives. Gotta love the internet, where everyone’s willing to get up on their high horse while staying safely anonymous instead of supporting people who are trying to do something good.

  5. Curtis

    Now I’m super excited about auction

  6. Sunny

    Awesome, here at Bragg they have the wounded warrior and many places around here help. Nice to see people support vets/active duty.

  7. Oz

    Hey Charlie,

    Email me the address of the hospital you sent those dice to and I’ll send out a few games for the guys and gals.

  8. blogtodiffer

    Traditionally, July has been the month to follow June. Not May.

    • Charlie Brumfield

      fixed. not sure where may came from.

  9. Larthon

    The code is coming up as invalid.

    • Charlie Brumfield

      should work now.

    • Charlie Brumfield

      and fixed it again. stupid fat non date typing fingers…

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