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Resources to help you find financial support for your work, no matter which type you seek.

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Responsible Computing Challenge

The Responsible Computing Challenge - supported by the Mellon Foundation, Omidyar Network, Schmidt Futures, Craig Newmark Philanthropies, USAID, Mozilla - fund academic teams that combine faculty and practitioners from Computing, Humanities, Library and Information Science, and Social Science fields in order to reimagine how the next generation of technologists will be educated.

CS Fund Just Transitions

CS Fund is launching a new funding program on Just Transitions to advance social and ecological justice for a future grounded in justice, joy, belonging, and liberation for all beings.

Stellar Development Foundation

The Stellar Development Foundation currently holds 30 billion XLM to be used for promoting and enhancing Stellar.

Madica

Madica is a structured investment program for pre-seed stage companies in Africa. Madica aims to empower mission-driven founders by democratizing access to world-class company building support, which is available today only to a few well-networked entrepreneurs.

Bloomerang

Donor Management and Fundraising Software for Nonprofits

NSF Pathways to Enable Open-Source Ecosystems (POSE)

National Science Foundation program supporting the facilitation, creation and growth of open-source ecosystems for the creation of new technology solutions.

Schmidt Futures

Schmidt Futures is a philanthropic initiative of Eric and Wendy Schmidt.

ex/ante

At ex/ante, we’ve created an experimental sandbox for inventive teams to build solutions that advance free societies and counter authoritarianism. We bet early on novel technology that advances democratic values and individual rights. We seek to restore personal control over assets, data, and networks. We provide the right resources to kick-start, build, and scale these concepts—leveraging diverse partners and risk-forward capital.

EEA Grants

The Grants have two goals – to contribute to a more equal Europe, both socially and economically – and to strengthen the relations between Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, and the 15 Beneficiary States in Europe.

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