Razer, DC Entertainment and Athene over $1 million for African hunger relief

As part of the Sharecraft 2012 Save the Children Challenge, Razer, DC Entertainment and web personality Bachir Boumaaza (more widely known as Athene) have raised over $1 million toward African hunger relief. Athene, sponsored by Razer, used his reach to help garner donations. DC Entertainment pledged to match all donations up to $1 million, and accounts for "approximately half" of the current total ($1,010,704 as of this writing).

The money goes to Save the Children, which will use the funds to aid in the hunger crisis in the horn of Africa. The drive still has two days to go, and those interested in donating may do so here.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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