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230 open source developers donate to fight human trafficking

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@coderberryEric Berry

On December 8, 2017, we shut down the Code Sponsor platform and paid out all unpaid distributions to those developers who had earned the minimum amount of $20. For the 230 developers who had not yet reached this goal, we have taken their undistributed funds and have donated the total amount of $1,000 in their name to A21.org.

Every 30 seconds someone falls victim to human trafficking. Through donations, A21 is reaching, rescuing, and restoring victims every day. They operate in 12 offices in 11 countries. They are on the ground working daily.

Below is a list of developers who donated. We are grateful for your generosity in supporting important and impactful causes like this one.

If you would like to make a donation to this charity, please visit http://www.a21.org/content/restore/gotl4g

Happy Holidays!

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