The annual Jack Vasel Memorial Fund auction is live

March 18, 2020 - 1:33am

It is that time of the year again, and the Jack Vasel Memorial Fund (JVMF) auction has begun on BoardGameGeek. The JVMF was initially started by Tom Vasel in April 2011 in memory of his son Jack, and serves to financially help gamers in need, much the way that the gaming community had helped Tom when he was at a low place. The JVMF is a nonprofit supported by donation, but also generates a significant portion of its funds from the proceeds of this yearly auction.

There are a few ways you can help support the JVMF. First, browse the list of items for sale. The auction hosts a wide variety of board games and related services. Every item listed was generously donated from someone, and the money paid will go towards the JVMF. Second, if you have a game or service that you would like to donate, instructions to do so are on the front page of the JVMF auction. Third, and not least, tell people about this charity auction. The more people that browse, the more money the fund can raise.

For more information, you can watch this video from Tom or just visit the auction on BoardGameGeek.

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