We’re excited to announce that Humble Bundle, a startup that lets anyone pay what they want for video games and support charity online, has made a $1.5M donation to fund medical care for Watsi patients.
This donation from Humble Bundle and its army of charitable gamers puts our total raised for patients at $2.2 million.
We’re growing fast, and we’re thrilled to share that Daniel Tse, a Palantir health engineer and one of the most brilliant people we’ve ever met, is joining our team to scale our medical program around the world.
It’s awesome to see Silicon Valley’s most talented people and companies chase meaning as well as money. They’re proving that making a lasting impact with your work is not only good for business, but good for the world.
Cofounder at Watsi
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