Non-profit contributions disclosure

By Najaf Ali

Current/Past Contributions


From their website:

Our goal is to enable underrepresented groups to learn programming in a safe and collaborative environment and expand their career opportunities. To achieve this, we run free weekly workshops, regular events and try to create opportunities for our students making technology and coding more accessible.

We make regular financial contributions to codebar and very occasionally run workshops for their students.


From their website:

Watsi is a global funding platform for medical treatments. We connect donors with people in need of medical care and enable them to fund low-cost, high-impact treatments around the world.

We've funded multiple treatments on Watsi.

British Humanist Association

From their website:

We work on behalf of non-religious people who seek to live ethical lives on the basis of reason and humanity. We promote Humanism, a secular state, and equal treatment of everyone regardless of religion or belief. Our celebrants provide non-religious funeral, wedding, and naming ceremonies.

We've provided occasional financial contributions and worked on a one-off development project for the BHA.

Eaves Charity

From their website:

Eaves’ mission is to expose and address violence against women and girls in the UK.

Eaves has specialisms in the areas of trafficking, exiting prostitution, and sexual violence. Eaves also offers housing and employment services as well services for women who have been in contact with the criminal justice system. Within each area of work Eaves provides frontline support and advocacy as well as undertaking lobbying and campaigning.

We've made multiple financial contributions to Eaves.

Karma Nirvana

From their website:

Karma Nirvana is a UK registered Charity that supports victims and survivors of Forced Marriage and Honour Based Abuse.

We made a one-off financial contribution to Karma Nirvana.

Medecins Sans Frontieres

From wikipedia (website here):

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), or Doctors Without Borders, is a French-founded (now international and federal) humanitarian-aid non-governmental organization and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, best known for its projects in war-torn regions and developing countries facing endemic diseases.

We've made multiple financial contributions to MSF.

Survival International

From their website:

We’re the only organization that champions tribal peoples around the world. We help them defend their lives, protect their lands and determine their own futures.

Our work is preventing the annihilation of tribal peoples. We give them a platform to speak to the world. We investigate atrocities and present evidence to the United Nations and other international forums. We support legal representation. We fund medical and self-help projects. We educate, research, campaign, lobby and protest. And we won’t give up until we all have a world where tribal peoples are respected and their human rights protected.

We provided pro bono consulting for Survival International.

Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain

From wikipedia (website here).

The Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain represents former Muslims who fear for their lives because they have renounced Islam.

We provided help in mitigating a DDOS attack targeting their forum. We currently help by paying for ongoing DDOS mitigation services.

Future contributions

It is highly likely that we will continue to contribute to the above charities and others with broadly similar causes.