Donating to Moodle
Moodle is completely free of financial obligation, however many in the community have donated something to our project to help pay the developers who make it happen.
Moodle has a development fund run by the Moodle Trust which contracts programmers to work on Moodle, and also supports expenses like moodle.org.
- If you have a need for Moodle services such as hosting, support, installation, custom coding, course development or consulting, please contact your local authorised Moodle Partner from moodle.com (you'll see their banner advertisements around this site). Partners contribute a fixed percentage of all their earnings towards the Moodle Trust development fund, so everyone wins.
- You can also contribute money directly to the fund via a cash donation. All this money is used to turn the wishes on our roadmap into real features we can all use. To make a donation using a credit card in most major currencies, please click the Paypal button below.
Donators over $10 can add their name to this page for a year. Please remember to hit the "continue" button after paying to see the form where you can edit how your entry appears.
Previous donations over $1000
|**||My Learning Space, www.mylearningspace.com.au ($1120)||26 January 2014|
|**||Berufsfachschule BBB, Baden, Switzerland ($2206)||5 December 2013|
|**||Human Science Co. Ltd. ($1000)||1 October 2013|
|**||Attain Corporation ($1000)||24 May 2013|
Other donations over $200
|*||www.Moodlenews.com||10 July 2013|
|*||Dr Indira Koneru||23 May 2013|
|*||eCreators, www.ecreators.com.au||14 May 2013|
|*||www.Moodlenews.com||19 April 2013|
Other donations of $10 or over
|Bobs SEO - Las Vegas, NV||16 February 2014|
|Eren Kalelioglu||19 December 2013|
|Traumatology Institute||8 August 2013|
|Elightenment Learning||29 May 2013|
|Ozgur Turanli (fr3lin), http://ozgurturanli.com||2 May 2013|