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People like you helped raise $1M for charity through the Humble Store

2:30 PM on 06.23.2014 // Jordan Devore
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That's 10 percent of store proceeds to date

Since its launch last November, the Humble Store has raised $1 million for charity.

That's the result of ten percent of all store proceeds going to charities -- the American Red Cross, Child's Play, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, World Land Trust, and charity: water.

"In just six months, the Humble Store has grown from a mere humble experiment to something that gamers and game developers big and small want to be a part of," said co-founder John Graham.

I don't know that I've purchased anything through the Humble Store proper. But maybe I should get on that. Humble Indie Bundles, on the other hand...




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