Line app raises $500,000 for Philippines typhoon victims by selling ‘charitable’ stickers

Here’s an interesting twist on tech company charity donations. Asian messaging company Line has revealed that sales of its ‘Pray for the Philippines’ sticker collection, created to raise money for victims of Typhoon Haiyan, have crossed $500,000 in a month.

The “Pray for the Philippines” stickers have been on sale since November 15 to raise money for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. Thanks to the amazing response of people all over the world, we have raised 57,401,960 Yen as of December 15. This figure represents the total sticker sales after deducting Google and Apple’s transaction frees.

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