Can you donate A Dead Man's Chest to a good cause?

by Judy
(bartlett Il )

We are the Bartlett Nature Center located in Bartlett Illinois.

Here at the nature center we hold events to introduce people to the nature center in order to bring families in to teach about nature.

We have in the past hosted murder mysteries and put the company name on the invitations for advertising, companies donated the mystery.

We would like to host your A Dead Man's Chest. Would you donate it?

Thank you for your consideration,

Looking to hear back from you,

Bartlett Nature Center

My response:

Hi - you need to contact Freeform Games direct, as they are the publishers not me.

I suggest you drop them an email and explain that you are a charity (assuming you are), and what you are planning. They're normally pretty good at that.

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