Here is a list of social benefit organizations and projects that have set a payment pointer. New entries will be continually added so bookmark this page and check back often.
If you have not set up your own payment pointer yet, consider choosing one from the list below and adding it to your profile.
This list has been updated for MozFest 2022. The Volunteer's Choice organizations are freeCodeCamp and Web Foundation.
|Black Web Fest||$ilp.uphold.com/nNNJqKhp3PDZ|
|Creative Living For Dancers||$ilp.uphold.com/FR7UfwWWfib3|
|Mozilla Foundation Foundation||$ilp.uphold.com/aKpM9kwnGBy4|
|Permanent Legacy Foundation||$ilp.uphold.com/q7GmKQrREaEE|
|S.T.O.P. (Surveillance Technology Oversight Project)||$ilp.uphold.com/RHZ6KZx4mWQi|
|Wellness Through Mindfulness||$ilp.gatehub.net/735653594|
Latest comments (11)
@chrislarry @erikad Do we have any updates on trustworthy payment pointers for orgs supporting humanitarian efforts in/around Ukraine?
Still working on this, but also considering using one I have.
We are working to find one, support a reputable organization to create one, or come up with suitable temporary solution. Setting up a payment pointer can be an effort for organizations, and we are conscious of drawing energy away from where it is most needed. That being said, we are actively working on this. If anyone knows a reputable organization with an existing payment pointer, please contact us right away.
@cyberdees is this list open for additions? Are there any criteria (other than it being a recognised NFP?)
It's totally up for additions. @erikad regularly makes updates once anyone gives her the heads up.
It's awesome to see this many pointers!
If we can convince some of them to put redirects to their pointer on
/.well-known/payon their domains, then they could have some cool vanity pointers like $archive.org or $creativecommons.org
That would make it clearer who the site is supporting if you look at their payment pointer
Could we perhaps compose a simple 'how to' on webmonetization.org on doing this? Or even better still a blog post that we can point our NFP friends too.
A community member has written up a helpful article on this, actually! In terms of instructions it mainly covers Apache. We could consider adding a page on webmonetization.org that goes a little more rigorously through all the main tools that one would publish their site on, if we want more concrete instructions for sites to follow.
It'd be nice to see this kind of post more, especially if there's any recognizable charity organization like Red Cross setting up their payment pointer to public.
There's a lot of people collaborating over the internet not doing for money; so instead opting out from revenue sharing they can just put charity organizations' payment pointers on that. It's probably going to be the most accessible way to do things for fun and charity at the same time.
I've bookmarked this, by the way. Hope to see more organizations joining in. Thanks for posting this Erika!
You (and everyone else) can help too, @radhyr . If you know of a not-for-profit that is already experimenting with or keen to experiment with Web Monetization — feel free to connect them with any of the folks within the @grantfortheweb team, myself included...
Yes, will do! I'll keep that in mind if I see one in the future.