Responsible Technology

Organization NameAmountGeographic FocusYear(s)
5 Rights Foundation $ 1,200,000 Global2020
7th Empire Media $ 50,000 Global2022
Accountable Tech, a project of the North Fund$ 509,500United States2021, 2022
Africa Check SA $ 142,002 Africa2020
Africa Digital Rights Hub $ 30,000 Africa2019
Africa Freedom of Information Centre $ 150,000 Africa2020
American Antitrust Institute $ 125,000 United States2020
American Economic Liberties Project $ 465,000 United States2021
Aspen Institute $ 926,752 United States2019, 2020, 2022
Atlantic Council $ 428,209 United States2021, 2022
Battelle Media LLC $ 50,000 Global2019
Brookings Institution $ 225,000 United States2020, 2021
Bureau of European Union Consumers $ 350,000 Europe2020
CAACOR Fellows* $ 40,000 Africa2021
CAL (Corporate Accountability Lab) $ 225,000 United States2020
Campaign for Accountability $ 200,000 United States2021
Caribou Digital $ 998,800 Global2018
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace $ 50,000 Global2020
Center for American Progress $ 200,000 United States2022
Center for American Progress Action Fund (CAP AF) $ 275,000 United States2019
Center for Democracy and Technology $ 250,000 Global2022
Center for Digital Democracy $ 300,000 United States2020, 2021
Center for Humane Technology $ 450,000 United States2018
Center for International Governance Innovation $ 190,000 Global2022
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) $ 100,000 Global2019
Centre for African Affairs and Conflict Research $ 252,040 Africa2020
Centre for Policy Alternatives $ 47,730 Asia2019
Chatham House $ 299,378 Global2021
CIPESA $ 787,045 Africa2019, 2021
Civic Signals, a project of the National Conference on Citizenship$ 500,000United States2019
Code for Science and Society$ 50,000United States2022
COLOROFCHANGE.ORG $ 250,000 United States2019
Common Sense Media (CSM) $ 175,000 United States2021
Community Partners $ 225,000 Global2022
Consumer Federation of America (CFA) $ 250,000 United States2019
Consumer Reports $ 800,000 United States2019, 2020
Corporate Accountability Lab (CAL)$ 200,000Global2022
Coworker, a project of the New Venture Fund$ 600,000United States2019
Coworker Solidarity Fund $ 350,000 United States2020
Dalberg Consulting $ 937,000 Global2019, 2021
Data4Change $ 250,000 Africa2020
Data for Progress, a project of Tides Advocacy$ 365,000United States2020-2022
Demand Progress, a former project of the Sixteen Thirty Fund$ 600,000United States2021, 2022
Digital Codex Research, LLC $ 17,000 United States2020
Digital Frontiers Institute (DFI) $ 103,125 Africa2018, 2019
Digital Rights Lawyers Initiative $ 100,000 Africa2020
DotEveryone $ 710,000 Europe2018
Driver's Seat Cooperative LCA $ 135,000 United States2022
Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) $ 101,306United States2022
Empower Work $ 200,000 United States2018
Enabling Digital Rights and Governance $ 28,172 Europe2019
EU DisinfoLab $ 200,000 Global2020
Fight for the Future, Inc $ 95,000 United States2022
Fight for the Future Education Fund $ 200,000 United States2020
Free Press Action Fund $ 325,000 United States2019
Gen Z for Change $ 40,000 United States2022
Global Cyber Alliance $ 60,000 Global2021
Global Network Initiative $ 210,000 Global2022
Graphika Inc $ 150,000 United States2020
Graphika LLC $ 400,000 United States2021
Hack Club Bank $ 25,000 United States2022
Harvard University $ 355,000 Global2020, 2021
Hopewell Fund $ 411,300 United States2018
ID4Africa $ 225,000 Africa2019
IDEO.org $ 307,934 Africa2019
Indian Institute of Science Bangalore $ 250,000 Global2019
Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi $ 150,000 Global2019
Institute for Intellectual Property & Social Justice $ 175,000 United States2020
Institute for Strategic Dialogue UK $ 537,360 Multi-Regional2021
Institute of African Futures* $ 400,000 Africa2020
Institute of Development Studies $ 40,000 Africa2021
Instituto Cultura e Democracia $ 100,000 Latin America2021
Instituto de Tecnologia e Sociedade do Rio de Janeiro (ITS) $ 212,000 Latin America2019
Internet & Jurisdiction $ 250,000 Global2021
Internet Society $ 46,625 Africa2019
Issue One $ 100,000 United States2022
IT for Change - Canada $ 250,000 Asia2019
Junkipedia, a project of the National Conference on Citizenship$ 400,000United States2021, 2022
Just Futures Law $ 326,500 United States2021, 2022
Lawyers Hub $ 625,000 Africa2019, 2021
Logic Foundation $ 210,000 United States2020, 2022
Mainsail Network $ 325,000 United States2020
March On Foundation $ 85,000 Global2022
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics $ 30,000 United States2018
Media Democracy Fund, a project of the New Venture Fund$ 170,000United States2020, 2021
Meedan $ 1,075,000 Global2019-2021
MITRE Engenuity $ 50,000 United States2020
Mozilla Foundation $ 3,855,820 Africa2018, 2020, 2021
Multiplier $ 512,500 United States2019, 2022
Namati $ 440,000 Africa2020
New America Foundation (NAF) $ 745,744 United States2018, 2019
New Public, a project of the National Conference on Citizenship$ 500,000United States2021, 2022
New York University $ 105,000 Africa2020
Open Collective $ 100,000 United States2020
Open Government Partnership (OGP) $ 18,000 Africa2020
Open Markets Action Fund (OMIAF) $ 250,000 United States2019
Open Markets Institute $ 900,000 United States2018, 2021, 2022
Open Source Technology Improvement Fund $ 50,000 Global2022
Paradigm Initiative $ 441,000 Africa2019, 2020
Parents Together Action $ 150,000 United States2022
Parents Together Foundation $ 300,000 United States2020
Pollicy $ 22,418 Africa2021
Project Include $ 70,000 United States2020
Public Citizen $ 330,000 United States2019
Public Knowledge $ 1,285,000 United States2019, 2021
Research ICT Africa $ 400,000 Africa2020
School of International Futures $ 165,000 Africa2020
Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy $ 180,000 Multi-Regional2018
Smart Africa $ 450,000 Africa2019
Social and Economic Justice Leaders, a project of the New Venture Fund$ 50,000Global2020
Social Science Research Council $ 1,350,000 Global2018
Spelman College $ 250,000 United States2022
Stanford Internet Observatory $ 266,760 Global2020
State Leadership Project $ 53,000 United States2020
Strathmore University $ 212,000 Africa2019
SumOfUs $ 100,000 United States2020
Supermajority, a project of the New Venture Fund$ 150,000United States2022
Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (STOP)$ 50,000Global2022
Tech Hive Advisory $ 24,000 Africa2021
Tech Oversight Project $ 400,000 United States2022
Tech Policy Press $ 275,600 Global2022
The George Washington University $ 200,000 United States2020, 2021
The Gitcoin Foundation $ 25,000 Global2022
The Markup $ 220,000 United States2021
The University of Oxford Development Trust $ 300,000 Africa2020
The University of Texas at Austin $ 1,165,136 Global2018, 2019, 2021
Third Sector New England (TSNE) dba TSNE MissionWorks $ 100,000 United States2021
Trade Justice Education Fund $ 230,000 Global2022
Trust and Safety Professional Association $ 250,000 United States2020
Tufts University $ 275,000 Global2020, 2022
UCLA Foundation $ 197,025 United States2020
UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose $ 855,000 Global2020, 2022
UltraViolet Education Fund$ 50,000United States2022
UNC University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $ 274,841 Multi-Regional2018
UN Economic Commission for Africa $ 3,495,000 Africa2018, 2020
United Nations Foundation, Inc. $ 886,620 Africa2019
University of Cambridge $ 50,000 Global2021
University of Colorado Foundation $ 10,000 United States2021
University of Namur $ 115,500 Europe2018
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg $ 126,600 Africa2019, 2021
University of Washington $ 68,449 United States2020
Unwanted Witness $ 45,000 Africa2021
Village Capital $ 300,000 United States2019
Vox Media / Recode $ 620,000 United States2019
Whistleblowing International Network (WIN) $ 44,131 United States2020
Wired $ 150,000 United States2020
Women in Identity $ 45,000 Global2021
World Bank $ 2,000,000 Global2019
World Economic Forum (WEF) $ 1,574,220 Global2018, 2020
Yale School of Management $ 1,033,440 Global2019-2021

*Terminated due to material breach

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