USENIX Annual Fund

USENIX believes that open access to cutting-edge technical content and a community that welcomes everyone are vital components of our efforts to support advanced computing systems professionals and researchers. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose sustainability relies on in-person events, we are asking for your help. Show your support for our mission by making a donation to USENIX today.

Your contribution provides financial support for the following:

Making content and research open and available to all. Since 2008, we've made our conference proceedings featuring groundbreaking research available free of charge under our open access policy. USENIX Annual Fund contributions support the overhead costs associated with producing, maintaining, and distributing this valuable content.

Conferences and events that offer not only valuable content, but also help forge strong professional and personal connections with other people in the community.

Our commitment to the future of advanced computing systems. Through our Diversity Grant and Student Grant programs, we have supported conference participation for thousands of student researchers and members of underrepresented groups in the field. We also engage people of diverse perspectives and backgrounds in leadership roles throughout the organization.

A talented professional staff. USENIX's small and mighty team of professionals publishes the work of our communities to be available to all; organizes and runs our events, enabling volunteer committees to focus on applying their subject matter expertise to program content; and adapts to the changing landscape of our communities and the world at large.

Here's how you can financially support USENIX:

Major Donor Contributions to USENIX

USENIX welcomes unrestricted significant donations to the General Fund Endowment to support the long-term financial health of the organization. Opportunities are also available to support specific programs through Special Project Endowments. Please contact USENIX Development Director Camille Mulligan at or 510.528.8649, ext. 170, to discuss these opportunities.