Please add a Diversity section
OSM Fundrasing ~ aims to encourage volunteering time, money, and good quality open data, while also maintaining or boosting the community’s goodwill.
Diversity in fundraising:
In the OSM Foundation’s fundraising efforts, it is crucial to emphasize that both time and money, as well as good-quality open data donations, are equally valuable for supporting the organization. This means that, aside from making monetary donations, people can contribute in various ways, such as volunteering their time and skills or providing valuable open data that can be integrated into OpenStreetMap. Volunteers can work as mappers, developers, tutorial writers, or in other roles that suit their talents. By encouraging diversity in fundraising and acknowledging the importance of open data contributions, the OSM Foundation can attract a wide range of supporters, which will ultimately help create a stronger and more inclusive community, enriched by diverse data sources and dedicated volunteers.
- Emphasize equal value of time, money, and open data donations in fundraising efforts.
- Encourage monetary donations.
- Promote volunteering as a way to contribute.
- Highlight various volunteer roles (mappers, developers, tutorial writers, etc.).
- Advocate for good-quality open data donations.
- Attract diverse supporters.
- Build a stronger, more inclusive community.
- Enrich OpenStreetMap with diverse data sources and dedicated volunteers.
The fundraising guideline could include a statement of ethical principles ,
as well as any recommendations that the organisation and the fundraiser make.
 “Normative fundraising ethics: A review of the field” https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/nvsm.1740
- “Fundraising is ethical when it promotes, sustains, protects or maintains public/donor trust in fundraising and unethical when it damages or harms this trust.”
- Mercenarism says: “Fundraising is unethical when it prioritises raising money above other factors.”
- Community: “Fundraising is ethical when it prioritises and/or serves the needs of the community, and unethical when it does not.”
CCF Principles: “Time is valued equally as money.” https://communitycentricfundraising.org/ccf-principles/
 a signed example of accepting 5 policies/principles: https://aliveness.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/2021-External-Relations-Principles-Ethics-Signed.pdf
- Community-Centric Fundraising 10 principles
- AFP Code of Ethical Standards
- AFP Donor Bill of Rights
- AFP Code of Ethics
- National Fundraising Associations statements of Ethical Principles in Fundraising
 The recent Wikipedia fundraising campaign received serious ethical criticism, even from its own community. This negatively affected the community’s goodwill. Therefore, the main goal for OSM fundraising campaigns should be to not harm goodwill while raising funds.
 OSM Foundation - Diversity Statement
~ All-inclusive [ “socio-economic status”] → no money, only time