Global climate change has lead to worse wildfires than ever as of late, the most recent of which being a bush fire that covered the entire continent of Australia coast to coast. As ever when a natural disaster happens, though, people are quick to group together and support humanitarian aid projects to support the land, people, and animals that have been affected. Today, Humble Bundle announced the Australian Wildfire Relief bundle, a massive collection of games that have been made free by their publishers so 100% of proceeds will go to charity. The minimum donation for the collection is $25, for which you will receive:
Euro Truck Simulator 2
Hand of Fate 2
The Adventure Pals
Regular Human Basketball
Primal Carnage: Extinction
Assault Android Cactus +
The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game
Think of the Children
Tower of Guns
Quest of Dungeons
The Stillness of the Wind
The Gardens Between
PAPER FIRE ROOKIE
Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom
That’s a total of 20 games for only $25, all of which will go to support Australian relief efforts. Specifically, the money will go to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, NSW Wildlife Information Rescue and Information service, the World Wildlife Fund, and Australian Red Cross. Donors are able to choose how much of their donation goes to which specific organization, with an equal distribution being the default option. If video games aren’t your thing or you want to help but don’t have $25 on hand, you can also donate to these or plenty of other of organizations directly.
While this is not a sponsored post, I’d also like to direct your attention to Tab for a Cause, a browser extension that’s also currently raising money to fight the Australian Fires. Tab for a Cause loads three non-intrusive ads (never with audio) whenever you open a new tab, and donates the revenue to charity. Users can donate to a number of charities through Tab for a Cause including the Human Rights Watch, Water.org, Action Against Hunger, and more.
Max is a student at Rutgers who likes writing fantasy and playing video games such as Zelda, Mario, Undertale, Earthbound, and Stardew Valley.