The Drupal Association is very fortunate to have the help of many companies and individuals who donate time and resources to help us achieve our mission: To foster and support the Drupal software project, the community and its growth.

We would like to thank the following companies, who have generously volunteered and helped the Drupal Association achieve our strategic initiatives of improving and implementing COD, a key DrupalCon tool.

We are just starting to compile our list, so please contact us if you or your company should be listed below.


Donated over 200 hours of Heather K's (uniqorn) project management time towards developing the DrupalCon Sao Paulo, Sydney, and Portland event sites and the COD 7 upgrade.

Lead of the BDD testing initiative for (eliza411 and jhedstrom)

Four Kitchens

Donated over 200 hours of developer time towards project.module for the to Drupal 7 upgrade.

Tag1 Consulting

Donated over 100 hours of developer time towards Infrastructure changes for the to Drupal 7 upgrade and continuously provides the time of its chief engineers to support's infrastructure.


Donated the time of COD Genius ezra-g for COD upgrade to D7 for DrupalCon sites.


Donated time of the team of developers working on BDD testing project for

Anello Consulting

Provided time of ultimike, who is managing the call for Community Cultivation Grants, the selection process and gathering input on each grant's impact.

Promet Source

Donated the time of some awesome developers for COD upgrade to D7.


Provided highly discounted rates for project management and developer time for the to Drupal 7 upgrade.

Creative Contingencies

Worked in the issue queue to help the DA upgrade COD to D7.

Tekriti Software

Donated developer time for the Case studies section redesign on