RPG (Role-Playing Game) Research - RPG Community Center & Museum Property Acquired!

Non-profit 501(c)3 RPG Research just signed the lease on new dedicated property!

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RPG Community Center and experiential learning historical RPG Museum property officially acquired for non-profit 501(c)3 charity RPG Research! 

Photo: RPG Research Community Center and RPG Museum, west side of lot.

Woohoo! It is official!

We just signed the lease on the new RPG Research property today!

Paid, and have the keys.

It is a very significant "fixer-upper", but it is ours at last! ~3,000 square feet between the two buildings, plus the rest of the lot. When we have the money we also have the option to buy! 

About RPG Research

Our Volunteer Staff Wheelchair accessible RPG Bus and RPG Trailer 2 in front of RPG Community Center and RPG Museum

Donate Money

Donate Equipment, Supplies oServices Wishlist


About our founder, Hawke Robinson

Photo: RPG Research Community Center and RPG Museum east side of lot.

Much to do to make it available to the public, but this is a great milestone!

RPG Community Center Website: https://rpgcc.org 

RPG Museum Website: https://rpgmuseum.org 

RPG Research Website https://www.rpgresearch.com

Our new location as of March 3rd, 2022: 

101 North Stone Street

Spokane, WA 99202

Email: info@rpgresearch.com

Donations: https://www.rpgresearch.com/donate

Volunteer today: https://www.rpgresearch.com/volunteer

RPG Research HQ Upstairs office space

We'll still be receiving mail at our old location for a few months during this transition: 1312 North Monroe Street, Suite 114, Spokane 99201.

Thank you for your wonderful volunteering, donations, and support helping make this all possible!

The downstairs facility will be fully wheelchair accessible, including the restroom.

In addition to the general public for all ages, we will also strive to provide spaces and adaptive accessibility equipment for:

  1. Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  2. Blind and VI
  3. Adaptive equipment for those with grasping disabilities
  4. Safe areas for very young gamers with their parents
  5. Quiet times/spaces for senior adults
  6. At-risk populations
  7. Autism spectrum
  8. and more!

It will probably be a few months before we can open the door to the public as we prepare the space for be friendly and accessible. Stay tuned for updates!

It will take us a few months to finish preparing the space for public use.

We especially emphasize accessibility in games, and we have adaptive equipment for many.

We also actively encourage Deaf/VI and Blind/HoH community, Autism spectrum, senior adults, and many others to come benefit from cooperative tabletop games and music.

We are so excited to be opening up this space to the community as soon a possible.

We are going to need plenty of help from the community with donated supplies, services, and funds to help us finish this fixer-upper.

We'll be posting a wish list (based on the inspector's lists) online in coming days.

We are 100% volunteer run, and so glad to be able to server the greater Spokane community.

The new location is at 101 North Stone Street.

Just 1 block north of Sprague and the Vanessa Behan building. (the old Pacific Metals building is what we've acquired).

#community #charity #spokane #rpg #trpg #ttrpg #museum #education

RPG Research accessible electronic role-playing games and events with wheelchair accessible RPG Trailer and RPG Bus.

RPG Research Drop In and RPG at Spake Central Community Center since 2018 - photo from The Inlander Magazine

RPG Research 2007 at Northeast Youth Center with Eastern Washington University (EWU) and Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA)


Hawke Robinson

A Washington State Department of Health Registered Recreational Therapist with a background in Therapeutic Recreation, computer science, neuroscience, cognitive neuropsychology, research psychology, nursing, play therapy, education, and role-playing gaming.
Hawke Robinson has been involved with role-playing games in community settings since 1977. Studying methods for optimizing the experience of role-playing games since 1979. A paid professional game master since 1982. Studying the effects of role-playing games upon participants since 1983. Providing role-playing games in educational settings and for educational goals since 1985. Working with incarcerated populations since 1989. Researching and using role-playing games to achieve therapeutic goals for a wide range of populations from 2 years old through senior adults since 2004.
Founder and CEO of the non-profit 501(c)3 charitable research and human services organization, RPG Research.
Founder and President of the for-profit <https://rpgtherapy.com">RPG Therapeutics LLC and RPG.LLC.
Author of the RPG Professional Workbook available on Amazon.
Creator of the wheelchair accessible RPG Mobile fleet.
Founder of the RPG Museum.

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