The Humble Bundle community has helped provide funding for more than 50 charitable organizations, including Child's Play Charity, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the American Red Cross, charity: water and Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières. These contributions have helped people with disabilities enjoy games, provided emergency medical aid, funded health care, brought books to schools in Africa, brought clean water to developing countries and much more.

"We never imagined after the first Humble Indie Bundle that we might one day reach this milestone," said John Graham, co-founder and COO of Humble Bundle. "It is hard to truly comprehend the magnitude of $50 million for charity. We owe our thanks to the generosity of the Humble Bundle community -- to the content creators who entrust us with their works of art and to the consumers -- for making this possible."

This warms my heart to see! I love playing games, and I love giving to charities, and I love how Humble Bundle combines the two! (Plus supporting developers smile)

jdodson   Admin wrote on 12/18/2014 at 03:27am

It's nice being part of something that does so much good. Plus, I love getting great games too. Nice to be able to do both!

Azurephile   Super Member wrote on 12/19/2014 at 03:57am

I agree, I think what Humble Bundle does is fantastic. I have some games from Humble Bundle, but they were single game gifts I've received or a single game I pre-ordered (Starship Rubicon). So, I'm quite new to Humble Bundle. I do get email updates from them, but I haven't really bought any Bundles yet.

They say, "pay what you want," so the question I'd like to put to those of you who have bought Bundles is how much do you usually pay? Or, how do you decide how much to pay? Is there a minimum or maximum amount? Could you really pay something like $1 for a ton of games? If you could, wouldn't you also feel a bit guilty for hardly paying anything? What are your thoughts?

If you want to join this conversation you need to sign in.
Sign Up / Log In