Award-winning journalist, currently staff writer at Forbes covering money and politics. Known for investigative reporting on Donald Trump’s use of Trump properties before and during his time in office, particularly the Trump hotel in Washington DC. After the reporting, the Trump DC hotel banned Everson for life.
Co-operative donation platform, sort of like a more democratic alternative to Patreon. Because it’s a co-op, everyone who uses the platform has a say in how it is run. It’s currently still in testing, but you can sign up for an invitation to take part in the test.
Free open source non-profit platform for making recurring donations to projects or people. It’s like a libre alternative to Patreon. The project is funded entirely by donations made through its own platform.
European Union fund which provides loans and guarantees to projects involved with development, climate change and the environment, infrastructure and small and medium businesses. Its aim is to promote the policy goals of the EU, and operates both within the EU and elsewhere. It focuses on projects that have difficulty getting loans within their own country.
(Note: Despite the similar names, this is not the European Central Bank which manages the Euro currency.)