The latest Humble Bundle to raise funds to support countries severely affected by COVID-19 has raised more than $ 1 million.
The Bundle – which aimed to support charities in Brazil and India and the organizations Direct Relief, Médecins Sans Frontières / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), International Medical Corps and GiveIndia – then sold 54,374 lots, raising an incredible amount of $ 1,170,824 in assistance.
“On behalf of the patients we serve, I would like to thank the Humble community for coming together to support Doctors Without Borders in these times of crisis,” Doctors Without Borders said in a statement on the official website (thank you, The Gamer ).
“With your generous donations, we will be able to support our vital work in India and Brazil. Amid the devastating waves of COVID-19, our aid workers are caring for the most vulnerable, supporting overwhelmed health systems and maintaining services health essentials available. To these communities, your support is a message that they are not alone. Thank you for stepping in to help save lives. “
“Direct Relief is extremely grateful to Humble Bundle and its community of passionate and generous individuals,” added the organization Direct Relief. “Their collective efforts will translate into much-needed medicines, supplies and other resources for the hardest-hit communities in India and Brazil as they continue to fight the increase in COVID-19 cases.
“The generosity received as a result of the Humble Bundle effort is deeply inspiring and will serve as a force multiplier to get more help in these areas to improve the health and lives of those who are most vulnerable.”
Last month, Humble Bundle in partnership with Stop AAPI Hate, a coalition fighting the rise of anti-Asian discrimination amid the pandemic, and Humble has made Stop AAPI Hate its featured charity for the month of April, which means all applicable purchases on Humble Bundle , including 5% of the proceeds from Humble Choice supported the charity.
Back in June 2020, the company also released the Fight For Racial Justice pack, with all the benefits for the benefit of “organizations fighting for racial justice”. In the same month, Humble launched the Black Game Developer Fund, a $ 1 million annual program to help black developers without publishers finance their games.
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