Humble is working with Indie Game Magazine and Ubisoft to offer some excellent PC gaming deals with a portion of its proceeds going to charity.

Humble has recently announced two major deals that it's offering to its generous fan base. First off is the new Humble Weekly Bundle, brought to you by Indie Game Magazine. Humble will be offering a set of games with its pay-what-you-want format of vending for those who'd like to partake in IGM celebrating its first year of publishing. IGM is giving away its April 2014 and April 2015 issues for free to showcase how far its company has grown, with no payment required.

IGM's Humble Weekly Bundle will be offering FarSky, Race the Sun and Arena Cyber Evolution - Founder's Pack (Early Access) for whatever price you'd like. Those who pay more than the average bundle payment (currently at $4.06), will get the previous titles as well as Fenix Rage and Wrack. Those who pay $13 or more will get Brawlhalla, Freedom Planet and everything else we mentioned. As always, you can allocate how much of your payment goes to the developers of the bundle's games, how much goes to Humble and how much goes to charity. This Humble Weekly Bundle's charitable proceeds will go towards the Child's Play and AbleGamers organizations.

Lastly, Humble is offering a massive sale on a ton of Ubisoft games and downloadable content. Many of these deals are excellent. You can get Watch Dogs for $19.99, Far Cry 3 for $7.49, Child of Light for $5.09, Valiant Hearts for $3.74 and so much more for some serious discounts. 10 percent of all proceeds from Humble's store will go towards supporting the following charities: the American Red Cross, Child's Play, Wikimedia, GamesAid and Charity: Water.

This new Humble Weekly Bundle will end on May 7, while the Ubisoft sale will run until May 8.