The Wikimedia Foundation, the organization operating Wikipedia and its sister projects, would like to thank everyone who contributed to our 2006-2007 fundraising drive. With your generous support, we will be able to continue our mission to provide free knowledge to the global community. You've made this the most successful fundraiser in the history of the Wikimedia Foundation. Thank you very much.
You can still donate to the Foundation or one of its chapters. You can also purchase merchandise in the Wikipedia Store at Cafepress.com, where 20% of the list price goes toward the Wikimedia Foundation. Please help us achieve our key goals for 2007: reliability and sustainability.
Major benefactors ($50,000 or more)
- Special thanks to a friend of the Wikimedia Foundation, who has made a matching donation of $286,000 in stocks, and who has chosen to remain anonymous.
- The Virgin Foundation, operating under the working name of Virgin Unite, is the charitable arm of Virgin Group. The "Virgin Unite" campaign was launched in 2004. The Wikimedia Foundation would like to thank Virgin Unite for its generosity in matching donations during this fundraiser.
- Dell Computers is providing significant discounts on hardware purchases by the Wikimedia Foundation as part of the fundraiser.
Leading donors ($5,000-$49,999)
- Two Sigma Investments LLC
- Alan Bauer Charitable Gift Fund
- The Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
- $5,000 (2 gifts)
- Burt and Diana Cutler Family Foundation
- Craigslist, Inc.
- Graphics Press, LLC
- The Sims/Mae's Foundation, Inc.
- The Zephyr Charitable Foundation, Inc.
- Mr. William Richley, P.A.
- Jeff Moe
Large contributions ($1,000-$4,999)
- John Baldridge
- Andrew Bloch
- David Bydeley
- The Chien family
- Community Foundation Silicon Valley
- Eamon Daly
- John Eckstein
- Peter Flamini
- Elaine B. Fortowsky
- Gary Frisch
- Dominic J. Froio
- Hitz Foundation
- Jewish Community Endowment
- Lawrence Lessig
- Bennett Lewis
- Elon Musk
- Wikia, Inc.
- Michael Webb
- Ali Webster