Humble Freedom Bundle

Get games. Do some good!

14 Feb 2017

Get over $600 worth of DRM free games and books all whilst supporting charity!

Hurry because this special bundle will only be around for one-week. Not only will 100% of your money go directly to helping the American Civil Liberties Union, the International Rescue Committee, and Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), but Humble Bundle will match up to $300,000!

As of writing 114,000 bundles have been sold totaling more than $3.6 Million dollars! All for charity!

Every day, MSF staff members who serve on the front lines of the global refugee crisis bear witness to the extreme hardships faced by refugees and internally displaced people. …"Refugees are mothers and fathers and children who want what we all want: a safe place to live their lives, free from war and persecution…" –

The confusion and chaos that resulted from the Administration’s hasty and harmful executive order should be a lesson to keep intact carefully developed procedures that have kept America safe. We are grateful that we can get back to work resettling refugees who have fled the terrors of war and violence, while also caring for those who remain trapped in conflict zones. ...The IRC remains committed to serving our refugee clients here in the U.S. and in more than 40 countries around the world. –

The ACLU was founded to ensure the promise of the Bill of Rights and to expand its reach to people historically denied its protections. In our first year, we fought the harassment and deportation of immigrants whose activism put them at odds with the authorities. ...And at times in our history when frightened civilians have been willing to give up some of their freedoms and rights in the name of national security, the ACLU has been the bulwark for liberty. –

Some Awkward Machine favorites are in this bundle: Subnautica, Stardew Valley, Overgrowth, Super Meat Boy, Octodad, The Stanley Parable and VVVVVV just to name a few. If you haven't already bought the Humble Freedom Bundle you can check it out at