Are my donations tax deductible?
Clojurists Together is a member project of the Software Freedom Conservancy. This means that we are able to accept 501(c)3 donations. While we can’t provide members with country-specific tax advice, we’re not aware of any non-US country that that recognizes donations to a US public charity as tax-deductible in their jurisdiction. If you have any questions, please get in touch or talk to your accountant.
When we receive a donation or sponsorship payment, we send a standard acknowledgment which includes information about Conservancy’s status as a US 501©(3) charity.
Who are you?
Clojurists Together is run by a board made up of developers in the Clojure Community. There are annual board elections to elect board members. There are seven current board members.
How do members help influence project selections?
Every quarter before we select projects for a funding round, we send all our members a survey, asking for their feedback on what projects, tools, and areas of the Clojure ecosystem they think would benefit from being sponsored.
How can I upgrade or downgrade my membership?
When you signed up, you should have received an email from PayPal with a link to manage your subscription. Cancel your subscription via that link, and then go through the signup process again at your new membership level. Send us a note if you run into trouble and we’ll help sort it out.
Is this related to Clojure/Core?
Clojurists Together is run by Clojars, and is not associated with the fine folks at Cognitect, or the core Clojure development team.
What if I don’t like how you’re spending my money?
Clojurists Together takes feedback for every funding round on which projects and areas to focus on. If you’re not happy with how Clojurists Together spends your money, you’re free to cancel your membership at any time. We take transparency very seriously, and want you to have full confidence in how your money is being spent.
I still have questions
No problem, get in contact and we’ll try and answer your questions.