Linux, open source software, and collaborative development dominate how technology is built today. Individual Supporters of The Linux Foundation contribute to massive innovation and help advance the greatest shared resources of our time.
The Linux Foundation aims to bring together open source software professionals, developers, sysadmins, and students to advance important community and industry initiatives that increase diversity in tech and access to new technologies.
We use funds from Individual Supporters to help drive our diversity and inclusiveness programs. With our community, we have supported groups like Women Who Code, a global non-profit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers; Transtech, an incubator for LGBTQ with a focus on empowering transgender people; Free Geek, which recycles and refurbishes used computers and provides desktop training for underserved populations; #YesWeCode, which is focused on training low-opportunity youth to become high-level coders; and Outreachy, an initiative that coordinates and underwrites programming internships for women, transmen, and genderqueer people.