Who is PewDiePie?

PewDiePie is the name of Felix Kjellberg’s YouTube channel, one of the most popular in the world with over 100 million subscribers. The channel’s content focuses mainly on internet memes and video games.

All money raised by PewDiePie

This list shows all the money that has been raised by or with the help of PewDiePie to help various charities. Currently, Felix Kjellberg has already helped with the contribution of more than 3.2 million dollars to these institutions.

2012-02World Wildlife Fund (WWF)Wilderness Preservation$10,000Source
2012-09St. Jude Children’s Research HospitalHelping children with cancer and other diseases$34,395Source
2013-07Charity: WaterProviding drinking water to developing nations$446,462Source
2014-03Save the ChildrenHelping underprivileged children with better education, healthcare, and economic opportunity$630,000Source
2015-12SeveralCollaborate with other YouTubers in a Ellen DeGeneres' campaign to help diverse social entities$250,000Source
2016-02Charity: WaterProviding drinking water to developing nations$152,239Source
2016-07Crisis Text LineText-based personal support for anyone???Source
2016-12(RED)Fighting HIV/AIDS in Africa$1,300,000Source
2018-12Child Rights for You (CRY)Helping Indian children living in poverty£173,682Source
2019-03Brooklyn’s Cadman PlazaSupport for Brooklyn park after WWII memorial was vandalized???Source
2019-03New Zealand Islamic Information Centre (NZIIC)Support the victims and families of shootings in 2 mosques in New Zealand???Source
2019-07National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)Building better lives for people suffering from mental illness$32,020Source
2019-10Team TreesInitiative to plant 20 million trees $69,420Source
2020-01Wildfires Emergency AppealWildfire Emergency Appeal after fires in Australia$1,600Source
2020-05George Floyd Memorial FundMemorial Fund for George Floyd???Source
2020-06SeveralSupport victims of police violence, the sentencing project and for small business effected by looting/riots$116,000Source
2020-06Winston's WishSupport children and their families after the death of a parent or sibling£29,666Source