Ubisoft Donates $30,000 To Help With Australia Bushfire Crisis

The Ubisoft logo.
Ubisoft Australia's office is located in Sydney (Source: Ubisoft)

Ubisoft Australia has donated $30,000 to the Australian Red Cross Disaster and Recover Relief Fund.

In case you haven’t heard, Australia has been dealing with a massive bushfire that has engulfed over 1/3 of the country. The damage has already caused numerous deaths and has made hundreds of people homeless. Along with that, millions of animals and their habitats have been affected by the fires.

Ubisoft has joined in with other major companies in providing support for Australia during this time. The official Ubisoft Australia account tweeted about their donation and also asked everyone to help support and donate to Australian organizations.

The tweet by Ubisoft Australia.

The official statement on Ubisoft Australia’s Twitter (Source: Twitter)

Under the tweet, Ubisoft added a small list of organizations to donate to that will help Australia. If you would like to donate to the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery, click here.

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