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We've always had these ideals at the heart of all our discussions, and as we get past the "experimental" stage of our work and start leveling up to kind of knowing what we're doing (we'll say level 5 of 20?) we're starting to solidify the big and little things we're doing to try and do our part to make the world a better place.
This is an ever-growing work-in-progress list. We know there’s more we can do, better sources for our materials, other apps we can use. It’s just a matter of choosing how to do it in a way that works with the rest of our work. We’re getting there. We can only be as good as we can be in the moment, and continue to collect XP and level up.
This video was extremely fascinating to Jess. She and a few of the others on the crew were born in 1984. It's interesting to see the actual change in the Earth in pretty much exactly our brief lifetimes. Jess wrote this article up and posted it the day before watching this video, and it just seems a pertinent reminder for us about why we are trying to pay attention to what follows. Plant more trees, guys.
Everything shipped out by The Rogue Crusade Labs attempts to match the following guidelines:
Besides the $1 Shiny Tree option which is something you choose, we donate a base 2% of all our orders to the following non-profits at no extra cost to you. The 2% is a minimum, and we'll sometimes do bonus opportunities when we feel like we can afford it out of the Ship-Funds, or if we do special batches of work. We'll very likely increase this as we get more established.
Yeah, we’re trying to make a living on the big sea of the internet, and that means advertising is part of that. Jess has tried LOTS of different advertising methods, and they’re all equally meh as far as actual results go. Especially when you try to tango with the Tech Giants and Local Newspapers. So we’re deciding to focus as much of our budget as possible to do little things to help out where we can. That way even if nobody shows up, at least we put our money somewhere useful, and often had a good time doing it.