A dedicated Humble Store was launched in November 2013, where single games instead of bundles were put on daily sales, with 10% of the revenues being given to charities including the EFF, American Red Cross, and Child's Play. The Humble Store is an extension of the sales system developed for managing the Humble Bundles. It offers the capabilities of the payment and customer services that they had created for the various Bundles to independent developers as an alternate marketplace for these titles. Once developers have signed on with the Humble Store, they are given a widget that they can include on their web site which allows users to purchase the game. As with the Bundles, once purchased the buyer has access to all software titles from the store at any time.