Fiscally Sponsored Projects

Aspiration is proud to provide customized Fiscal Sponsorship Services to a range of data and technology projects focused on supporting a more just, equitable and open world. We work closely with each project we sponsor to understand their needs and tailor support to help them achieve their goals.

Coko

Coko builds open source publishing platforms. PubSweet is Coko’s free, open source framework for building state-of-the-art publishing platforms, enabling publishers to easily build platforms tailored to their needs.

Tahoe-LAFS

Tahoe-LAFS is a Free and Open decentralized cloud storage system. It distributes user data across multiple servers. Even if some of the servers fail or are taken over by an attacker, the entire file store continues to function correctly, preserving privacy and security.

Open Referral

Open Referral envisions a world in which everyone has access to — and the ability to use — reliable information about the resources available for people in need. Open Referral develops data standards and open source tools that make it easier to share, find and use information about health, human, and social services. This executive summary explains Open Referral's problem space and strategic approach.

Cabbage Tree Labs

Cabbage Tree Labs is a home for publishing projects critical for the wider publishing ecosystem. Currently the lab is fostering the development of three critical pieces of this puzzle that look after getting out of MS Word and into the web, producing and editing content in the web and finally, getting out of the web into paginated print ready PDF. All forms of publishing – scholarly journals and monographs, trade, white papers, documentation, rapid content production methods, policy (etc) – can benefit from these tools. .

 

If you are seeking or considering fiscal sponsorship, we are always up for a conversation to discuss your goals, needs and questions. Feel free to reach out to us at fiscalservices@aspirationtech.org.

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