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Submitted by Parable 804d ago | opinion piece

Gamer Charities: Bundles, Marathons and Donations

Ah, Christmas, the season of giving. Amongst all the novelty jumpers, office party debauchery and iffy mince pies, it’s truly a season filled with sincerity and generosity, and it’s a common sight to see the gaming community involving themselves in the jubilant festivities of the holiday season. But what must come hand-in-hand with such merriment is a period of reflection, a notion of sympathy for those not as fortunate as we are. So as you bathe in the warm glow of your monitor one Christmas evening, take a moment to consider the poor folks on the street, the unfortunate children in hospitals, and remember just how lucky you are. (Culture, Humble Indie Bundle, Humble Indie Bundle 5, The Humble THQ Bundle)

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