The Australian bushfires are severely reduced, however, there is still a lot of spreading. Millions of animals have died, and if you include insects and everything, around billion have them died. The amount of loss that this bushfire has created cannot be calculated, since millions of hectares were burned, and now there are many species that can be extinct. Furthermore, 30 people were killed including many firefighters who are working 24/7 to stop the fire from spreading more.

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We have seen many actors like Leonardo Di Capri, Kylie Minogue, Chris Hemsworth, Margot Robbie, and Nicole Kidman have donated millions to Australia in order to help them stop the bushfire. Gaming Company Bungie has also decided to raise funds for the issue, and now they have revealed their plans to support firefighters through sales of their limited-edition- T-shirt. These specific shirt sales will go to Australian bushfire, it’ll be available on Bungie Store from January 16 until February 18.

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Additionally, Bungie has not shown the design yet to the public, however, it will be soon made public. Many players will buy the shirt, considering their sales are going to save Earth and Humanity. Bungie made things even more interesting, by giving a code to buyers for Star Light, Star Bright emblem completely free.

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Furthermore, 50% of the profit will be donated to WIRES. It is the largest wildlife rescue organization in Australia, and the other 50% will go to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service, which is trying their best to stop the fire.
“Over the past two decades, the Bungie community has been an amazing force for good in our world by raising millions of dollars to assist those in distress,” senior Foundation manager Christine Edwards said. 
“In addition to supporting thousands of children through our iPads for Kids Program, you have helped victims of hurricanes Katrina and Harvey and have donated to those affected by earthquakes in Haiti, Japan, and Nepal. Time and time again, you have been Guardians to others in their greatest time of need.”

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According to a previous report by MCV, The Bungie Foundation campaign Game2give raised more than $1.7 million, which helped support the Kids Program and Children’s Miracle Network. Bungie will release the shirt and its further plan to contribute to the ongoing bushfire in their next update. Writing this makes me happy, thinking that people really care about this horrible disaster.