Square Enix raised over $2.4 million for charities working to address homelessness and food insecurity, the publisher announced today.
The company launched a Stay Home & Play campaign to raise money for a number of charities. Among the fundraising efforts were special Stay Home & Play bundles, curated collections of the company’s popular games. They were sold with 100 percent of Square Enix’s proceeds going to charity.
“We are ever thankful for the enthusiastic support of our gaming community for Stay Home & Play,” said Phil Rogers, CEO of Square Enix Europe and America.
The charities receiving funding include:
- L.A. Food Bank
- Second Harvest of Silicon Valley
- Northwest Harvest
- Food Banks of Quebec
- Banque Alimentaires du Quebec
- Centraide du Grand Montreal
- Dans La Rue
- Auberges du Coeur
- L’Arret Source
- Grand Frères et Grandes Sœurs
- Mission Michael’s
- La Rue des Femmes
- Centraide Estrie
- The Trussell Trust
- The Big Issue
- Emmaus Connect
- Hamburger Tafel