Hypha Worker Co-operative

Collective

We help organizations and communities redesign their relationships with digital technology.

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Financial contributions

Custom contribution

Donation

Make a custom one time or recurring contribution to support this collective.

3 individuals have contributed

Top financial contributors

1

Jim Garrett

$50 CAD since Jun 2020

2

Joe Lau

$50 CAD since Jul 2020

3

Mandy Yeung

$10 CAD since Jul 2020

Conversations

Let’s get the ball rolling! This is where things get planned and sometimes this is where things get done. Ask questions, thank people for their efforts, and contribute your skills to the service of the community.

Budget

See how money openly circulates through Hypha Worker Co-operative. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

Monthly financial contribution to Hypha Worker Co-operative

from Mandy Yeung7/16/2020

+CA$10.00CAD
Completed

Financial contribution to Hypha Worker Co-operative

from Joe Lau7/16/2020

+CA$50.00CAD
Completed

Financial contribution to Hypha Worker Co-operative

from Jim Garrett6/28/2020

+CA$50.00CAD
Completed

Today’s balance

CA$94.61 CAD

Estimated annual budget

~ CA$187.12 CAD

Hypha Worker Co-operative is all of us

Our contributors 7

Everyone who has supported Hypha Worker Co-operative. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Yurko
Admin
Benedict Lau
Core Contributor
Jim Garrett
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

CA$50 CAD

Support your friendly neighborhood IT coöperative!

Joe Lau
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

CA$50 CAD

Mandy Yeung
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

CA$10 CAD

About

We are a non-profit organization (as a non-share capital worker co-operative) rooted in Tkaronto (Toronto). We advise on sustainable practices, build capacity within organizations, and develop custom technologies to empower friends and neighbours–in the Great Lakes region and our virtual neighbourhoods. 

Part of being a neighbour involves maintaining and sharing videoconferencing infrastructure for our neighbours, volunteering on solidarity projects, and documenting how we work publicly in our handbook. Donations to this collective support these ongoing contributions.