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Bungie raises over $400,000 for its Nepal Earthquake Relief fund

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In the first week

Say what you will about Destiny, but Bungie kicked off a pretty rad campaign to help out those affected by Nepal's recent earthquake. Now they've reported that in just over a week, they've raised over $400,00 in funds.

You still have until May 24 to buy the shirt, which comes with an in-game emblem and shader for Destiny. If you have questions, here's an FAQ and a link to the program itself, sponsored by Direct Relief.

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