100% in 100 Days Fundraiser
Starting on December 1st, Geekdom House is looking to be 100% funded in 100 days. It’s been two years since Geekdom House officially became a charitable organization, and we couldn’t be more excited about the work we’ve been doing, which is modeled after what Christ did when he was on earth—loving people and pointing them towards what is holy. Our full-time commitment is needed to move forward with our mission, and we ask that you partner with us to make that happen.
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Our Mission: To love and serve the nerd and geek community.
The work that you’re supporting and the lives that you’re impacting:
- Geekdom House Live! community nights
- Youth, writer, and community mentorships
- The Gamer Guild community
- Area of Effect magazine
- Infinity +1 podcast
- Publishing projects like Thy Geekdom Come: 42 Devotionals for the Fandom-Obsessed (Coming 2018)
“Knowing the Geekdom House community is there has helped me through a lot. I can read through the articles, identify with a lot that is being written, and it gives me encouragement, lifts me up, and gives me things to think about… Lately I’ve been going through a lot of really tough times, and knowing that every week I’m going to be able to listen to the podcast, it makes me laugh, makes me think, makes me consider everything in my life… it’s a source of joy for me. And I’m always looking forward to your podcast and all the content you produce.”
The Staff of Geekdom House
Kyle most comes alive when he’s telling stories, whether in print or on stage. He’s passionate about building community through a shared love of everything geeky.
Allison thrives on mentoring artists and writers. She’s responsible for Geekdom House’s publishing projects and choir, and co-hosts the podcast. Hyrule and a galaxy far, far away are her second homes.
Justin loves mentoring young people and getting gud at video games. He’s the director of the Gamer Guild, a community that connects young people with Christian mentors. Justin has a BA in Biblical Studies.
Jeremy has been into different geek cultures since he was old enough to go to his friend’s house and play Super Spike V’Ball. He’s developed a passion for learning “all the things,” forging relationships, and developing community through gaming.
Podcast ProducerJason has been a nerd since his hands were big enough to hold a Nintendo 64 controller. The host of Infinity +1, he studied communications at Red River College, and can’t resist telling a good (or bad) joke.