Mozilla Awards educators, artists, technologists, and innovators of all types committed to making the internet better for their communities and us all.
Since 2006, Mozilla has awarded more than $10.5 million to more than 300 organizations and individuals across 26 countries. The projects listed in the Awards Directory represent only a fraction of the projects supported across Mozilla’s long history as a grantmaker. For additional information about past awards, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to see all listed projects or scroll to see examples from each Mozilla Awards track:
Check out the winning projects from our Wireless Innovation for a Networked Society (NSF-WINS) Challenges — an audacious competition to connect millions of unconnected Americans after disasters or in communities lacking reliable internet access.
Mozilla’s Creative Media Awards are projects that use art and advocacy to highlight the unintended consequences of artificial intelligence.
The Mozilla Open Source Support (MOSS) program funds technologies in the open-source and free software movement that align with Mozilla’s mission and advance internet health.
The Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund provided grant funding in select U.S. communities from 2014-2017 to support pilot tests of gigabit technologies (virtual reality, 4K video, artificial intelligence) and their related curricula. In so doing, our goal was to increase participation in technology innovation in support of a healthy Internet where all people are empowered, safe, and independent online.
Learn more about projects that are transforming education through gigabit technology.