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If you are using Drizzle and you find it valuable, we would love to hear about how you are using it but we would also love your support. We receive donations through a 501c3 Non-Profit organization in the United States; Software in the Public Interest. This organization serves open source software projects by processing donations and allowing open source hackers to focus on what they do best rather than having to deal with tax laws and processing overhead. We are very excited that they have agreed to work with us and you can make your donations at the link below.


Donations are paid to our umbrella non-profit corporation Sofware in the Public Interest and are tax-deductible in the US (and of course can be accounted as expenses for businesses globally). See the SPI website for alternatives to using a credit card.


Donations made via the SPI bank account will be properly accounted for by the SPI treasurer. Please read above links on how to "earmark" your donation for Drizzle. Available funds will be used by the Drizzle project primarily for expenses such as legal or IT infrastructure and secondary for arranging developer meetings and if possible sponsoring attendance at conferences. Note that if you want to sponsor development of Drizzle, such as a particular feature, and you have a large enough budget to be usable for that purpose, we recommend you rather contract such development directly via one of the commercial service providers that employ Drizzle developers.

Thanks you for all your support from all of us here at the Drizzle team.