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Humble Bundle has donated over $6.5 Million to COVID-19 Relief Organizations.

by SpartaNNNN

Humble Store recently offered a Conquer COVID-19 Bundle, which offered 48 Games along with some Audiobooks for just $30. The Bundle’s main purpose was to raise funds for COVID-19 Relief organizations. Well, Humble Bundle has congratulated everyone with an epic piece of news, that they have raised more than $6.5 million.

In a blog post, Humble Bundle said that more than 208,527 bundles were sold. This totaled an amount of $6,565,557, which is pretty sick. Furthermore, all this amount went to multiple organizations, that will further contribute to COVID-19 Relief. These funds could be used to buy N95 Masks, Medicines, and more safety types of equipment. Afterward, these types of equipment are donated to hospitals and related communities.

Humble Bundle will donate this amount to the following organizations.

  • Direct Relief
  • International Rescue Committe
  • Doctors Without Borders
  • Partners in Health

Gaming community was so generous that apart from buying the bundles, they also donated thousands of dollars to the Humble Store. Some of the organizations have also thanked the Humble Bundle for contributing such amount in these difficult times. Here is a note from Doctors Without Borders.

“On behalf of Doctors Without Borders and the people we serve, I want to express my deepest gratitude to the Humble community for your generosity. Thanks to you, we will receive close to $1.5M in donations, which will enable our teams to launch emergency programs to help stem the spread of COVID-19 in the hardest-hit communities, care for infected patients, and respond to the pandemic’s consequences on local health systems. In these challenging times, your support is truly meaningful and will help save the lives of the most vulnerable – from Syria to Nigeria, to Greece, to Italy, and more.”

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