This War of Mine by 11 Bit Studios has been partnered with War Child for many years now. The charity being set up in 1993 during the height of the Yugoslav Wars, which This War of Mine takes heavy influence from. The charity continues to help children caught within conflict zones.
In an earlier announcement both on Steam and Youtube, 11 Bit Studios goes on to thank the playerbase for helping raise enough money to set up three temporary schools, that help 260 children continue their education. Placed 26 children in foster homes. Help 457 students from Iraq attend summer schooling, and a whopping 840 children between the ages of four and six to get access to schooling. The money has also helped establish a child helpline in the Democratic Republic of Congo, that has received 14,557 calls as well as helping find shelter for 2,215 children.
The help received from This War of Mine has inspired War Child to establish a new fundraising department geared towards gamers, which has so far managed to pull in a massive £1.9 million to date.
If you are interested in supporting them and their actions around the globe in helping children caught within war zones, you can do that at their official website.