Donate to Haskell.org
To make a concrete contribution to the maintenance and development of Haskell community infrastructure, including the hosting and deployment of community resources, from Hackage to Hoogle and beyond, the best thing to do is find a way to volunteer and get involved! However, donations are also very welcome and needed. We will find ways to put donations to good use, be they for infrastructure administration, new hardware, or continued work on software infrastructure projects.
Haskell.org is the organization representing the Open Source Haskell community, and is incorporated in the state of New York. Its purpose is to promote educational and scientific progress relating to the Haskell programming language and related technologies. As a whole it seeks to service the open source Haskell community. Haskell.org activities are directed towards charitable purposes, and are in compliance with section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. federal income tax code. Haskell.org has nonprofit tax-exempt status under this section.
Some particular aspects of the work of Haskell.org include producing and maintaining material regarding the Haskell language on haskell.org and other associated websites; hosting and maintaining shared assets and infrastructure for the benefit of the Haskell community; coordinating educational activities including mentorship programs; and potentially organizing event regarding the Haskell language.
Responsibility for the activities of haskell.org lies with the haskell.org committee, which serves as its board of directors.
Individual (tax-deductible) donations to Haskell.org may be made in a number of ways. The easiest is directly via PayPal:
Checks payable to Haskell.org, Inc. may also be sent directly to:
Haskell.org, Inc. 434 E 72nd St #4B New York, NY 10021
Additionally, Haskell.org is an associated project of Software in the Public Interest, also a registered non-profit organization under the laws of New York State. Donations via the SPI can be made online via credit card, invoice, PO or eCheck through clickandpledge.com or by mailing an earmarked check directly to SPI: http://www.spi-inc.org/donations/.
Note that recurring donations can be set up in addition to one-time donations.
Arrangements regarding larger-scale donations or sponsorships (including official recognition) can be discussed with the committee, reachable via committee [AT] haskell.org.