June 15, 1974 - June 25, 2006
Gaming for a Cure started in 2006 to honor the loss of a dear friend Wesley Geer. It has now grown into the focal point of supporting cancer awareness and research among the hobbyist and gamer community in Northern Michigan. We started off with a focus on role-playing and card games that expanded to to also include board games, table top games, dice games and vintage games.
We at Gaming For A Cure want to help stamp out cancer by doing what we love to do, gaming. We host two events a year, a two-day event in the summer and a one day event in the winter. We encourage gamers of all platforms to come and play games to help us achieve our goal.
Our members take pride in the time and effort they donate to make Gaming for a Cure such a success. We are working to prevent the loss of another Wesley Geer and uniting the community through open-minded curiosity into the worlds of gaming. Come support your loved ones who have lost their fight, and those who have survived this devastating disease, and become a "Worrior fo a Differnt Kind".