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.
From every T-shirt you buy apt-get-shift donates 50% of the proceedings to that same project it represents.
AWS credits to open source projects used to perform testing, CI/CD, or storage of artifacts on AWS.
Analyzes your open source software dependencies to find which projects you rely on, and then provides a way for you to easily support them all.
Allows simple funding development of existing or new features for Github based projects using Chrome extension.
A platform, used to conduct research into the use of incentives and prediction markets and tooling for open-source projects.
A Linux Foundation project to help advance sustainability, security, and diversity in open source technology by enabling developers to raise and spend funding.
A Linux Foundation initiative to collaboratively identify, fund and support critical elements of the global information infrastructure that are in need of assistance.
FOSSA helps improve the overall security of the Internet through activities such as bug bounties, hackathons, and having it sponsored by EU budget.
A decentralised marketplace for requesting development bug fixes, security audits, etc to the Open Source developer community.
Open source project sponsorship platform for tiered support such as Gold, Silver, Bronze sponsors, etc.
Allows the developer community to financially support the people who design, build, and maintain the open source projects they depend on, directly on GitHub.
An issue bounty platform for Git-powered projects with an integrated payment system.
Subscription Donations Paywall
An online-store-like platform for selling access to public or private repositories, packages, etc.
A collective financing and distributed collaboration platform for projects for giving individual rewards, and generating collective returns.
A developer autonomous community that bring together developers, investors and IT experts.
Allows open source project owners to fund Github issues and developers to hunt the issues.
Liberapay is a recurrent donations platform where people who benefit from free work support creators.
A techno-legal vending machine (platform and tools) for dual-licensed open software.
Connecting enterprise developers who are using open source with the contributors who are creating open source.
Financially supporting organizations and people that contribute to an open information society with ideas to fix the internet since 1997.
Provides tools for collectives to receive money and mechanisms to spend their money in a transparent way.
Allows open source consumers to send requests for implementations to the open source project teams.
A decentralized network run by the community and contributors, with a sustainable economy and value redistribution.
A cross-platform package manager for usage insights and payment collection.
A not-for-profit charity that helps promote, improve, develop, and defend FLOSS projects.
A non-profit organization to help organizations develop and distribute open hardware and software.
A tool for attributing credit to contributions based on metrics that describes how important they were.
Staroid is a hosting platform that turns open source projects into running services to fund project contributors.
A tool that helps you see if any of the software you depend on has authors seeking for donations
Professional assurances directly from the open source experts who know it best.
A provider of free crowdsourcing services to open source projects by incentivizing contribution.
A platform for open source projects offering paid subscriptions for open core, dual licensing, support, models.