Sir Tim Berners-Lee on stage during 2012 Olympics. Image ©PA Images, not for reuse.
At the Web Foundation, we’re hard at work fighting censorship and surveillance, removing barriers to connectivity, and democratising access to information and knowledge. Working in partnership with over 160 organisations, we reach into 70 countries, affecting over 2 billion people.
In recent months, our work has:
- Driven down the cost of mobile Internet in Ghana;
- Pushed the world’s first “bill of rights for the Internet” across the finish line in Brazil;
- Enabled community groups to use digital tools to audit and improve school performance in Indonesia;
- Increased transparency around government contracts worth over $9 trillion.
With your support, we can build on these achievements to even greater effect.
Consider making a donation and joining us in our fight to establish the open Web as a basic right and a public good. If you are interested in supporting a particular area of our work, or would like to discuss different ways to give, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our fundraising team.
Together, we can ensure that the Web remains free, open and accessible to all.