Humble Freedom Bundle raises $6.73m for pro-immigrant charities

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The Humble Freedom Bundle raised $6.73m to aid immigrants in response to the Trump Administration's immigration ban.

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All proceeds are going to such charities as the American Civil Liberties Union, the International Rescue Committee, and Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontičres (MSF).

The bundle in question offered over $600 worth of games for $30. It even included games that are typically priced higher than the bundle itself, like Jonathan Blow's brain-busting puzzle game The Witness (which is usually $39.99).

Sadly, the bundle is no longer available as it was a one week only offering.

Humble Bundle launched the promotion by saying it would match up to $300k of the proceeds to the charities listed above. Upon the promo coming to a close, the Humble Bundle organisers tweeted that it raised $6.43m not including the $300k it would match, bringing the total to $6.73m.

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