PostgreSQL donations are managed by the Funds Group. The money donated may be used for a variety of services that the PostgreSQL community needs including advocacy materials, project infrastructure, legal expenses, and more.
PostgreSQL is an affiliated project of Software in the Public Interest. You can donate to PostgreSQL through a variety of means as made available through Software in the Public Interest. These include the following methods:
When donating, please make sure to include a designation for PostgreSQL with your donation.
For details on the above donation methods, as well as additional methods, please see the donations page at Software In The Public Interest.
Please be aware that PostgreSQL contributions may or may not be tax exempt. For more information please see the SPI website and your local tax advisor. If you would like to donate non-monetary items such as computers or other equipment, please contact the PostgreSQL Funds Group.
There are many companies that donate servers and other infrastructure to the PostgreSQL community. If you are interested in providing infrastructure, please contact the PostgreSQL Funds Group.