A new way to contribute
to open source
Invest in the open source projects you depend on. Contributors are working behind the scenes to make open source better for everyone—give them the help and recognition they deserve.
Open source is an integral component of Stripe’s software supply chain, providing distribution that meets our users where they are and extending our platform to its fullest potential.
Invest in your supply chain
Sponsor the open source software your team has built its business on. Fund the projects that make up your software supply chain to improve its performance, reliability, and stability.Sponsor a project
At New Relic developers are at the heart of everything we do, and that includes investing in the growth of a thriving open source community.
You depend on open source every day
cURL is included in almost every modern device–smartphones, cars, TVs, laptops, servers, gaming consoles, printers, and beyond.
Make open source careers possible
Everyone should be able to afford to contribute to open source. Help make open source a viable, lucrative career path for people to create and contribute to our digital infrastructure.
- Visit the project’s sponsorship page.
- Choose a subscription tier.
GitHub Sponsors could eventually lead to a better world where an open source maintainer generates enough income to bring on a second maintainer.
Available in 36 regions
Join the waitlist to receive updates when we expand.
Anyone can sponsor, but you must reside in a supported region to receive funds.
- Bulgaria New
- Czech Republic
- Hong Kong SAR
- New Zealand
- Romania New
- United Kingdom
- United States of America
Frequently asked questions
When can I get off the waitlist to join GitHub Sponsors?
If you’re in a supported country or region, you can join the program immediately.
If you’re in an unsupported country or region, join the waitlist for updates on availability in your location. While we can’t provide an estimated timeframe, we’re growing all the time!
Do I need to fill out a tax form to receive sponsorships?
Yes, your tax information must be on file in order for GitHub to make payments to your bank account. Tax documents collected may vary based on your location.
Note that we do our best to help you with the Sponsors program, but we’re unable to provide you with tax guidance.