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Hall of Heroes "988" fundraiser for American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Revealed at Gen Con 2023, the most significant pin and dice at our booth:
Hall of Heroes Suicide Prevention Dice and Pin

The Hall of Heroes “988” pin, for which all proceeds will be donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Pins are available now and Pre-orders are also being taken for the matching “988” set of 7 dice, which will ship in early September.

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Hall of Heroes is an FLGS owned by David Cannon and managed by Carol Davidson in Ripley, TN. For the past 7 years, they have run various fundraisers at their store from June through September and donated the money to the AFSP. If you’d like to “meet” Dave & Mama Carol, they have a video on Youtube – please search for “Hall of Heroes Brownsville AS is”. Over the years, their events have grown in attendance and they have added new activities, all to benefit this important cause.



Dave and Carol are all about helping their community come together and learn, especially the young adults. They have a storytelling program where the kids become the apprentices, and they build life skills into the requirements for being a good storyteller. They are helping the young people of today explore the world of TTRPGs while giving them a safe place to be themselves.

If you’d like to place an order for dice or pins with Hall of Heroes directly, you can contact them here:

 

Hall of Heroes store logo
Hall of Heroes
126 N. Jefferson St.
Ripley, TN 38063
731-419-2094
hallofheroesripleytn@gmail.com



If you or someone you know is in crisis or needs help, please call or text 988, where trained counselors provide free, confidential, 24/7 support and resources to people experiencing or affected by suicidal, mental health, and/or substance uses crisis.

 AFSP American Foundation for Suicide Prevention