Donate to Simply Secure

Simply Secure is a non-profit organization, and we rely on donations to be successful in our work of getting privacy-preserving software in the hands of more people.

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To celebrate our official recognition by the IRS as a 501(c)3 organization – which means donations are tax-deductible in the US – we have added a donations page to our website. As you are contemplating your charitable giving at the end of the year, please keep us in mind. Even small amounts will help us demonstrate that there is broad support for improving the user experience of secure software, so we welcome your contribution, whether it is $1, $10, or $1,000.

And, don't forget to drop us a line at contact@simplysecure.org and let us know what open-source software projects you would like to see get support polishing their user experience. We will reach out to the teams you suggest and see if we can lend them free help, either through our recently-announced collaboration with the Open Technology Fund or as part of another initiative.

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Hi, I'm Nóirín (sounds like [n̪ˠõːɾʲiːɲ]). In Ireland, I have a pretty common name: I share it with professors, politicians, and even our police commissioner! Elsewhere, however, it's less simple. I've had conference badges in the names of "N√≥ir√≠n" and "NÛirÌn", online services often call me "Nóirín" or "N��ir��n", and I've even gotten mail for "N├âãÆ├é┬│ir├âãÆ├é┬¡n"! So at Simply Secure, I go by a name I picked up on the Appalachian Trail, that's found in most spell-checkers, and is a bit simpler to pronounce: Trouble.

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