Like many other people who “work” online I do so to make money. Some of you stream, while others make videos. Me? I write on Gamers Elite and a few other websites to make money.
Awhile back I heard of the Humble website and many of you have probably read articles that were for the games that they have on their website.
One of the things I really like about Humble is that when you use someone’s link OR you simply purchase something on their website, they will donate a certain percentage to a charity.
As a Partner to the Humble Program, we get to choose what charity we would like to link to our accounts.
I didn’t join the Humble Partner Program to make money. Of course, if I make a few dollars, awesome. I joined because for awhile now I have been wanting to do a charity donation from income made with Gamers Elite to a charity I choose.
Unfortunately with so many scam artists online these days I was trying to find a way that would make donors such as yourself feel more comfortable with a donation.
This is why I chose Humble. Not only is it a great website to get PC games from, they have a lot of discounts and bundles, but also because I got to choose a charity.
I tend to try and keep my personal life away from my work life, but I suppose in this specific instance I can tell you why I chose the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention.
A few years ago I lost someone I was really really really close to that I really really really loved. And the loss was due to suicide. I think that giving to a charity like the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention makes me feel like, I don’t know, like I’m doing something to help.
One of the reasons I really like the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention is not only because they have a helpline for those that need it, informational resources if you’re thinking about suicide, and they give you ideas to take in order to prevent suicide – but they also have information for survivors of suicide and their families.
I know for me personally, this… death is very hard to talk about, very hard to process (I still don’t think I have, really) and has changed who I am significantly.
That being said, I would love for you to purchase any Humble products you want to buy, via my link to help my chosen charity. I will also be including a few permanent links for the Humble website that have my referral ID on the About Me page for Gamers Elite. While Humble affiliates get a 5% commission, either way, I would love for you to donate as much money to the charity that you can.
When you add a product to your cart, the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention should be added automatically. The first checkmark shows that 5% will be given to the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention. But, there is also a second option to add 5% more. Please do both options to give the maximum amount of money to the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention.
So for example, if you purchase Tom Clancy’s The Division Gold Edition for $35, 5% of this is $1.79 and you can give an extra 5% which is another $1.79 = $3.58
The more you purchase the more money you can donate.
$100 / 10% = $10
$200 / 10% = $20
For now, I’ll include the links below. These have a 24 hour cookie so if you plan on just randomly purchasing on Humble, please visit this post or the About Me page and click the link there.
If you see a post about Humble the link will automatically be added to those posts so you don’t need to do anything else, but it still has a 24 hour cookie!
Now, let’s make some money for this charity shall we?!
P.S They pay Partners extra for Humble Monthly, so for every $50 I get for new subscribers (that’s 5 subscriptions!) I’ll give $40 to the charity.