Managing your sponsorship→
You can manage who can see your sponsorship and whether you receive email updates from the sponsored account.
Attributing sponsorships to your organization→
You can attribute the sponsorships paid by one of your organizations to another organization.
Managing your payouts from GitHub Sponsors→
You can view information about past and future payouts from GitHub Sponsors and edit your bank information.
GitHub Sponsors community
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What's up? I'm Nick. I'm an engineer who has a new-found passion for removing friction from the e-commerce developer experience.
🚶♂️I left my day job in Jan 2019 to pursue open-source. Since then, I've built Laravel Livewire, AlpineJS, and a bunch of other stuff.
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.
- About GitHub Sponsors for open source contributors
- Setting up GitHub Sponsors for your user account
- Setting up GitHub Sponsors for your organization
- Editing your profile details for GitHub Sponsors
- Managing your sponsorship goal
- Managing your sponsorship tiers
- Viewing your sponsors and sponsorships
- Managing your payouts from GitHub Sponsors
- Contacting your sponsors
- Tax information for GitHub Sponsors
- Disabling your GitHub Sponsors account
- Unpublishing your GitHub Sponsors profile
- Receiving payments from Sponsors for Companies