While looking up past posts for a question based on a flawed premise, I noticed that in 2018's Stack Overflow gives back post, SE mentioned that they donated to organisations that built tools that Stack's engineering teams use

While we’re super excited to be giving back to these impactful nonprofits, it’s also important that we recognize the tools and organizations that help our Engineering and IT teams do their jobs everyday. This year, we donated $1,000 to each of the following organizations Powershell Summit OnRamp; OpenSSL Foundation; HAProxy; LetsEncrypt; Free Open Ghost.

This seems missing in the 2019 and 2020 iterations.

I recognise a few names that are critical to both SE and the Internet as a whole. OpenSSL particularly came to mind

Are these annual donations ongoing, and if not, are there any plans to bring them back and recognise the projects that help make all this possible?

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