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The Mozilla Foundation is funded by donations and 2% of annual net revenues from the Mozilla Corporation, amounting to over US$8.3 million in 2016.  Initial funding in 2003 came from AOL , which donated US$2 million, and from Mitch Kapor who donated US$300,000. 
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Mozilla’s Fellowships and Awards fuel this movement by supporting individual and collective actions that advance a more human-centered internet. We provide funding, mentorship, and amplification to innovators of all types — from technologists and scientists to activists and artists.
The Mozilla Foundation works to ensure the internet remains a public resource that is open and accessible to us all.
See our Insights hub. Mozilla Foundation stands up for the health of the internet. We do this by empowering consumer action, connecting leaders, and fueling the movement.
Since 2011, the Mozilla Foundation has designed and run Fellowship and Awards programs in partnership with a variety of funders to uplift innovative, multidisciplinary technologies and talents at the intersection of technology and civil society.
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Since 2016, the Mozilla Foundation has focused its efforts on fueling an emerging movement of internet users, technologists, researchers and activists who are standing and fighting for a healthy internet for generations to come.