Humble Bundle and Bungie are offering great ways to show everyone worldwide that we can come together as a community to support those in need. I list the details of how you can contribute through each campaign below along with their timelines. Please help if you can.

Humble Bundle

Humble Bundle has released the Australia Fire Relief Bundle to help with the devastating wild bushfires. Humble Bundle has partnered with charities to bring a one-week special bundle that features over $400+ worth of games for $25 USD (£19 / €22). What makes this bundle special is that 100% of all proceeds go directly to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA Australia), WIRES, World Wildlife Fund, and the Australian Red Cross. This is an opportunity to help wildlife and animals affected by the fires that have been raging for months. If you can afford to spare some money, then please consider contributing. It doesn’t hurt that the bundle features wonderful games from Australian developers that are must haves for your collection like Hollow Knight, Void Bastards, Armello, and more.

Humble Bundle: Australia Fire Relief
Image: Humble Bundle

Bungie

For all those generous guardians out there Bungie has committed their support to helping in the relief efforts. From Jan. 16–Feb. 18 you can purchase a “Guardians for Australia” shirt from their online store for $25 USD. 50% of proceeds go directly to NSW Rural Fire Service and the other 50% going to WIRES. After purchasing the shirt Bungie will send you a redeem code that rewards you a unique in-game emblem.

Guardians for Australia T-Shirt
Guardians for Australia T-Shirt | Image: Bungie
Guardians for Australia in-game emblem
Guardians for Australia in-game emblem | Image: Bungie

Australia for those that don’t know has been experiencing raging bush fires that has brought unparalleled damage to the country. Almost 15 million acres have been scorched with an estimated 500 million to 1 billion animals killed. The numbers are staggering and don’t take into consideration any wildlife that will become displaced after they contain the fires. Entire species could be at risk of extinction. The communities along with local services are exhausted and welcome any level of relief to get back towards normalcy.



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