Charity-Focused Humble Bundle Breaks $100 Million Milestone

The Humble Bundle originally started as mere bundles here and there available through different digital game-selling stores back in 2010, but it has since grew into something much bigger.

The Humble Bundle now has its own digital platform for creators to share their work. People can buy the games for the price they want, with the money obtained being split between the developer and various charity organisations. The company, including Humble Bundle’s co-founder John Graham, thanked their entire fanbase and the gaming community for their help in reaching over $100 Million in money raised for charity.

The Humble Bundle community has now raised over $100,000,000 for charity, across thousands of organizations including Child’s Play, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the American Red Cross, charity: water, Action Against Hunger, the Wikimedia Foundation, and Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières.

Since 2010, the Humble community has helped to bring food and clean water to people in need, send relief in the wake of disaster, promote literacy and education, protect civil liberties, preserve our beautiful planet, and so much more. With the simple act of paying what you want for games, books, software, and more, you have supported thousands of charities around the globe.

Thank you deeply for your generosity. In just a few years, you have made a huge positive impact on the world. We can’t wait to see what else we can accomplish together!

Make sure to check out Graham’s message below: