[games_access] Humble Bundle

Steve Spohn steve at ablegamers.com
Tue Nov 25 14:36:44 EST 2014

Greetings everyone,

I hope the holiday season is treating you all well, and for those overseas,
happy Tuesday.

Today, I come to you to point out www.humblebundle.com -- the game deals
site all gamers love.

It's a very proud day for us here at AbleGamers. Thanks to our friends at
joystiq, relic, and Sega, AbleGamers is featured in not one, but two humble
bundle specials. Moreover, we are but one of three charities supporting
people with disabilities on the site, including SpecialEffect.

Ladies and gentlemen, game accessibility is becoming important to the
world. Our collective work is being seen by millions of people around the
world as important, critical services.

It brings such a warm sensation to my heart seeing people with special
needs at the forefront of charitable endeavors. Even in charity, people
disabilities can often be second-rate, and as someone with a disability
that can be scary and disheartening.

Our work is not over. Our work has just begun, but for today, I celebrate
the generosity of the people who chose AbleGamers and SpecialEffect for
these deals, and give our undying gratitude to the amazing support of the
people who believe in charities for people with disabilities.

Happy holidays,


Steve Spohn

*Chief Operations Officer*

AbleGamers Charity
AbleGamers.com <http://www.ablegamers.com/> | Facebook
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