Distributes your subscription fee among your projects’ direct and indirect dependencies based on your project configuration.
Enables creators get earnings through tips from people who enjoy their creative work regardless of audience size or algorithm.
A predictable fundraising, income streams, surplus redistribution, and sustainable growth to open source and public goods.
A peer-to-peer decentralized stack for building and sustaining open source software together
Continuous and automated donation distribution to your project contributors and dependencies. Integrated into Github Actions
Bountysource is the funding platform for open-source software by creating/collecting bounties and pledging to fundraisers.
A nonprofit cooperative for funding public goods – things like software, music, journalism, and research.
Funds entire dependency tree’s as they’re used with a combination of donation and ad revenue.
Amazon donates 0.5% of the eligible net purchase price to the charitable organisation of choice, such as OSS foundations.
Allows simple funding development of existing or new features for Github based projects using Chrome extension.
Buy me CoffeeDonations
Allows creators to receive support and share premium content with a link or a button on their website.
A hosted fundraising platform (based on Houdini listed below) for people at all technical skill levels with possibility to get assistance from the support team too.
Supports multiple online creators with one single subscription or with one-time donations
A self hosted Python and PostgreSQL based donation collection platform for groups and individuals.
Gitcoin is the easiest way to leverage the open source community to incentivize or monetize work.
Allows the developer community to financially support the people who design, build, and maintain the open source projects they depend on, directly on GitHub.
Allows fundraising through donation campaigns and follow up with marketing campaigns.
Houdini is an all-in-one, self-hosted, open source fundraising software developed in Ruby on Rails.