Doctrine has a few different ways we generate funding to support the project. The funds collected are used to pay for the projects infrastructure costs as well as to support the Doctrine maintainers with funds for swag and travel costs when visiting conferences to support the project.
This page aims to document all the ways in which you can contribute to the project financially. Of course, if you can't contribute financially, consider contributing with code.
Thanks to the following sponsors for funding Doctrine development. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please take a look at the Doctrine Patreon page.
If you or your company uses Doctrine and would like to financially contribute to the project, you can do so through our Patreon.
Patreon is a membership platform that provides business tools for open source projects to run a subscription content service, with ways for open source project maintainers to build relationships and provide exclusive experiences to their subscribers, or patrons.
If your company uses Doctrine and would like to financially contribute to the project, please e-mail [email protected] to discuss further.
If you or your company uses Doctrine and would like to financially contribute to the project, in addition to Patreon, you can use PayPal directly.
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