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Humble Bundle hits $200m charity fundraising milestone

Firm has raised $50m since July 2019

Games storefront Humble Bundle has raised $200 million for charity since it was launched back in 2010.

The firm announced this milestone in a blog post, saying that this money had gone to “thousands of charities.” This comes four years after Humble revealed that it had raised over $100 million in September 2017. In July 2019, the company had raised $150 million.

Supported charities include GamesAid, Make-A-Wish, American Red Cross, Save The Children, War Child, WWF and many more.

“Today, we’re excited to announce that since that very first bundle in 2010, tens of millions of you have now helped raise a total of $200 million through your Humble purchases, resulting in unparalleled support from the global gaming community for important social causes,” the firm said.

“From the bottom of our hearts, thank you to the Humble community for helping reach this incredible milestone. We’re looking forward to helping raise the next $200 million for global and local charities, and to continuing to be a force for good in the world, together with all of you.”

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