I’m doing this to help parents, teachers, camp leaders, kids, teens, etc find games to play together and to help game creators because I think it can benefit people. It is a fun hobby for me, and I enjoy making content because it helps me have some impact.
That said, I am running TTRPGkids out of my own funds until I can consistently make enough to break even on the costs for the site and material for my content. I don’t really ask for financial support, but if you do want to support this way, please see below.
#1 – Use/share TTRPGkids’ articles and let me know if it has helped
The best ways you can support TTRPGkids is to use/share my material and to let me know if it is helping you.
I would love to see some positive impact from this site and to know that it is helping. I would also love to share my content with more people.
If something worked well for you and you want to share, please do! I have buttons at the end of each article for easy sharing, you can leave a comment there, or you can contact me through the site’s contact form.
#2 – Use TTRPGkids’ affiliate links
I vowed to not do pop-ups, but I am using affiliate links (since they are low impact to the site and user). If you click on one of my affiliate links and use it shop, the company you are shopping with counts it as a referral and will pay me a small commission. This is no additional cost to your shopping cart total.
So, if you want to buy a game I recommended, if you use the link from my article instead of searching for it in google, I may get a small commission from your purchase if it was an affiliate link.
If I use affiliate links in an article, I will state it at the top of the page. You can also check my disclosure page for a list of the affiliate programs that I am working with and get more detail about affiliate links.
#3 – Purchase TTRPGkids games
I am starting to publish games on itch.io and would love for people to use them. I have a list of my games here that I am updating if you would like the latest list.
Some games have a set cost and others are pay-what-you-want (PWYW). For PWYW games, you can pick these up for free, or, if you feel it deserves it/you can afford it, you can manually input what you would like to spend on the game.
I count what I make from these games towards my TTRPGkids budget, and this way, you get a game for your money versus just doing a donation.
#4 – Check out the TTRPGkids ko-fi
I do also have a Ko-Fi account and am using this to raise enough to cover some of the more expensive games that I would like to review. If you want to just do a straight donation, this would be the place to go!
Again, thank you very much for checking this page out, and I hope TTRPGkids is helping you find games and ways to play TTRPG’s with your kids and teens!