Raspberry Pi Foundation

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a global nonprofit with a mission to help young people learn how to code, create, and solve meaningful problems using technology. Now, more then ever, our mission has never been more vital. We believe that every young person, whatever their background and wherever they are in the world deserves the opportunity to learn digital skills and gain the confidence to create with digital technologies. Globally, we reach millions of people in more than 160 countries. Our programs include coding clubs for young people aged 7 – 17, formal training for educators in partnership with the UK Government, free educational resources and original research into how young people learn computing.

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Endorsers that Raspberry Pi Foundation partner with


Atlassian Foundation

Aavishkaar Capital is the equity arm of The Aavishkaar Group which manages in excess of US$1 billion in AUM across equity and credit. The Group’s shareholders include TIAA-Nuveen, Shell Foundation, Triodos Bank and Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank.

Atlassian Foundation

The Atlassian Foundation International Limited (AFIL) partners with NGOs in developing countries to provide relief services that break the cycle of poverty through education. As AFIL has grown, we have substantially increased our ambitions around education and have set the bold goal of helping to educate 10-million disadvantaged youth within 10-years, preparing them for the workforce of the future. AFIL provides both financial and capacity building support to our partners, which is sourced from our substantial pool of technical expertise available to AFIL through our collaborative relationship with Atlassian.

Atlassian is a leading provider of team collaboration and productivity software. Atlassian software helps teams at more than 125,000 organizations to unleash the power of teams through open work.

Atlassian believes in the power of both business and education as forces for good. In the very early days of Atlassian the two founders, Scott and Mike, pledged that 1% of Atlassian’s resources (equity, profit, employee time and products) would be used for social good. This pledge has evolved the Pledge 1% movement which Atlassian and Salesforce founded and has grown to a movement of over 8,500 companies committing to the 1% giving model.

On-going/Past projects

Raspberri Pi Foundation: Code Club and CoderDojo for youths

By Raspberry Pi Foundation

Raspberri Pi Foundation is helping youths acquire computing and digital making skills via compelling learning resources, a thriving network of volunteer-led clubs, competitions/events and partnering with youth organisations.