mozillaZine covers the Mozilla Foundation's directed giving program
where donors choose one of four specific projects to direct their donation to. "While the Mozilla Foundation has accepted donations since shortly after its establishment in 2003, it has not previously been possible for supporters to specify how they want their money to be spent. With the launch of the directed giving program, Mozilla donors can now allocate their funds to be spent on Bugzilla (the open-source bug tracking software used by many software development projects), Camino (the Mozilla-powered native Mac OS X browser), SeaMonkey (the community-driven continuation of the Mozilla Application Suite) or the Mozilla Accessibility Community (which aims to make Mozilla software easier to use for users with disabilities).
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