Receiving sponsorships through GitHub Sponsors
You or your organization can become a sponsored open source contributor to receive payments for your work, update your sponsorship details, and view and contact your sponsors.
About GitHub Sponsors for open source contributors→
If you provide value to an open source project, you can become a sponsored contributor to receive payments for your work.
Setting up GitHub Sponsors for your user account→
You can become a sponsored developer by joining GitHub Sponsors, completing your sponsored developer profile, creating sponsorship tiers, submitting your bank and tax information, and enabling two-factor authentication on your GitHub account.
Setting up GitHub Sponsors for your organization→
Your organization can join GitHub Sponsors to receive payments for your work.
Editing your profile details for GitHub Sponsors→
You can update the information that potential sponsors see about your work.
Managing your sponsorship goal→
You can set a goal for your sponsored developer or sponsored organization profile to help the community understand the impact of sponsoring you.
Changing your sponsorship tiers→
You can add a new sponsorship tier, or edit or retire an existing tier.
Viewing your sponsors and sponsorships→
You can view and export detailed information and analytics about your sponsors and sponsorships.
Managing your payouts from GitHub Sponsors→
You can view information about past and future payouts from GitHub Sponsors and edit your bank information.
Configuring webhooks for events in your sponsored account→
You can configure webhooks to alert you when you receive new sponsorships or existing sponsors make changes to their sponsorships.
Contacting your sponsors→
You can send an email to your sponsors who have opted in to receive updates about your work.
Tax information for GitHub Sponsors→
Sponsored developers and organizations must submit tax information to GitHub and are responsible for evaluating and paying their own taxes.